IsoAcoustics Aperta Sub
IsoAcoustics Aperta Sub subwoofer isolation platform stand is the ultimate accessory for excellent isolation of your subwoofer at a very reasonable price.
IsoAcoustics Sub extend the Aperta family bringing their unique talents of isolation to home audio subwoofers.
When seated atop Aperta Sub stand, subwoofers become fully decoupled from their supporting surface, avoiding any physical transfer of energy and halting any vibrations being reflected back into the speaker’s cabinet.
The power of sub
Thanks to their larger speaker drivers, HiFi subwoofers create a large amount of energy which often runs the risk of exciting the underlying surface of the speaker cabinet.
This physical transfer of energy can have numerous side effects from bass smear and interference with other audio components to cabinet rattle and even neighbour disturbance.
A new standard of acoustic isolation
Subwoofers become fully decoupled from their supporting surface, avoiding any physical transfer of energy and halting any vibrations being reflected back into the speaker’s cabinet.
Sculpted from an aluminium frame and each featuring four patented IsoAcoustics isolators, the Aperta Sub can support up to 36.3kg of unit weight and greatly improves clarity and definition of subwoofer performance while removing low-end rattle smear to lower end frequencies.
Each unit ships with four carpet discs to ensure steady footing and allowing subwoofers to continue doing what they do best.
- Decouples subwoofers from supporting surfaces
- Improves clarity and definition
- Unique sculpted aluminium frame
- Low profile 33mm-high design
- Directional logo-forward orientation
- Ships with 4x carpet discs included
PerformanceMax Weight: 36.3kg
Physical PropertiesDimensions: 265 x 290 x 33mm (WxDxH)
IsoAcoustics Inc. has been manufacturing and distributing isolation products in audio industry since January 2012. The patented IsoAcoustics technology is based from years of experience in the design and construction of radio and television studios. The driving force is Dave Morrison, closely involved in planning and building radio and television studios at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for close to 20 years. Dave Morrison was part of the design team faced with the challenges of building the world’s largest multi-media center in Toronto: over 1.72 million square feet, with recording studios for drama, music, and chamber ensembles, special effects, radio and television shows.