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IsoAcoustics GAIA III Speaker Isolating Feet (Set of 4)

$349.00 $261.75

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Description

Crafted with the vision of providing extraordinary acoustic performance, the GAIA III is the union of aesthetic visual design and acoustic engineering. Compatible with floor-standing speakers weighing less than 32kg, this small compact design delivers unbelievable acoustic isolation that will bring out a clarity and openness from your speaker you’ve never heard. The GAIA III comes with three different thread sizes: M8, M6 and ¼-20.

Key Features

  • Provides high degree of isolation, resists oscillations & lateral movements
  • Maintains speaker alignment with listening position
  • Internal reflections from hard-supporting surface are attenuated resulting in greater sound clarity and openness
  • Suitable for Speakers, Subwoofers and Audio Equipment up to 32kg (per set)

Specifications

Includes threads in sizes M12, M8, and 1/4-20
Height: 30mm
Width: 43mm
Weight Handling: Up to 32kg (per set)

Critic Reviews

“Few products can make such a noticeable performance improvement to floorstanding loudspeakers as the IsoAcoustics GAIA acoustic isolation stands.” Click for full review.

“If I had to describe the IsoAcoustics GAIA III in one sentence it would be that they allow the speakers to sound more tactile, resolute, spacious and natural, adding tone and timbre and increasing timing performance.” Click for full review.

“I heard more of the music and less of the speaker. Not only that—instruments and voices were more precisely defined on the soundstage, which itself was wider and higher.” Click for full review.

“To whichever loudspeaker I applied the IsoAcoustic feet, I found myself returning to one question: “Is this what this loudspeaker is supposed to sound like?” Maybe you should delay your next loudspeaker upgrade and try the Gaia III instead.” Click for full review

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