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Sound Anchors's Magnepan MG 12
Racks and Stands by Sound Anchors
Our pricing for this product is the "MAP Pricing." This means that the prices shown here are the "minimum advertised prices" permitted by the manufacturer. Because these are already the lowest prices possible, the additional incentives usually available under "Frequent Flyer" program do not apply to this item.
Priced per pair.
The Sound Anchor Speaker Stand for Magnepan Loudspeakers is a necessity for any audiophile who wishes to
extract more performance from his or her speakers. They are a bolt on replacement for the "T" feet that come standard with your speakers. The Tee
feet do an ok job of holding the speakers vertical but that's about it.
Sound Anchor Magnepan Stands pick up where the standard "T"
feet leave off. They address the issues of stability, rigidity and the ability to adjust tilt and level. These things are important if you wish to get the
most performance from your speaker system.
Sound Anchor Magnepan Stands consist of a welded tubular steel base that uses 3 heavy duty adjustable spikes
for leveling and a tubular steel top section that fastens to the speaker. The two sections are bolted together in a way that allows the speaker to be tilted
forward or backward. Two turnbuckles are used to adjust the speaker tilt angle and make the whole structure more rigid.
The sonic benefits of
placing a speaker on spikes and holding it more solidly are known and accepted throughout the audio world. The Sound Anchor Magnepan Stand has one more thing
to offer. The adjustable tilt feature allows the audiophile to tune the sound staging and imaging characteristics of the system. When the speaker panels are
set up perfectly vertical the speakers are quite transparent and throw a very wide but somewhat undefined sound stage. When the panel is tilted forward a few
degrees the sound stage becomes more defined and the images get more precise.
Sound Anchor Magnepan Stands are available for the MG 1.6, MG 3.5,
MG 3.6, MG-20, MG-12 and SMG speakers.