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Unity Audio Monolith Speaker Stand

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Unity Audio announced the availability its new adjustable speaker stands, available in three and single leg configurations.

Unity Audio have  designed and built their own monitor stands. The principle behind a good stand is to provide a solid base for the speaker so that energy is not lost through unnecessary movement; so that the speakers energy is projected forward to the listener. Also "if your control room has a resonant floor," UA says, "the Monolith decouples the speaker from the floor, again reducing energy loss."

According to the company, "bass response is dramatically improved with extended lower end performance  in conjunction with tighter,  better defined mid range.

Construction
Heavy gauge 5mm steel stock finished in a black powder coat. Top & bottom plates are 300mm x 300mm but custom sizes are available.  Three vertical hollow legs allow to be sand filled to add additional mass. The height is adjustable as each leg is drilled with a number of equally spaced holes and locking pins fix the legs to the desired height. Both top and bottom plates are drilled and tapped with M8 threads to accept heavy duty M8 knurled spikes which are supplied by Unity Audio to  decouple the speaker further from the stand and  floor if required.

Dimensions
  • Top & bottom plate = 300mm x 300mm (custom sizes can be accommodated)
  • Minimum height = 830mm
  • Maximum extended height  =1380mm
  • Weight = 38kg approx

Pricing
Single leg version  £217.00 each incl. VAT
Three-leg version  £346.00 each incl. VAT

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