These speaker stands are built with a patented isolation technology allowing speakers to "float" in free space, for authentic, uncolored sound. They eliminate energy transfer to surrounding surfaces, tighten bass and enhance overall imaging. The stands raise and tilt speakers so tweeters are always at ear level. The model 155 comes in two heights: The Short version raises a speaker by 3", while the Long version raises a speaker 8". Dimensions of the stand are 6" (w) x 7.5" (d).
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