De patenterte IsoAcoustics isolasjonsstativene Aperta, gir et bedre tredimensjonalt lydbilde. Høyttalere «flyter» på stativene, og eliminerer refleksjoner fra å bli ført tilbake i kabinettet som ville ha skapt bassutstryk og mangel på klarhet og åpenhet.

Apart stativer kan plasseres på gulv, hylle, sjenk, skrivebord eller på et gulvstativ.

Aperta finnes i 3 modeller

Aperta 155

Aperta 200

Aperta 300


Can the Aperta stands tilt upwards and downwards?
Yes, each model within the Aperta series can tilt up to 6.5 degrees upwards or downwards. The downward tilt can be achived by rotating the bottom frame so that the height adjustable poles are used at the back of the stand.
What is the difference between the Aperta series and OREA series?
The Aperta series is recommended if your speakers would benefit from tilt adjustment to better focus the tweeters to ear level. If your speakers are already at the correct height, then the OREA series is recommended as a low-profile isolation solution.
What is the difference between the Aperta series and the ISO-Stand series?
The Aperta has moved another step forward in terms of design, aesthetics, quality, and performance.

The ISO Stand Series was developed for the pro audio industry for users ranging from audio professionals to music hobbyists. In a desktop situation, typically our ears are about 20 inches above the desk. The ISO-Stand Series offers 14 variations of height and tilt adjustment to optimize the placement of your speakers. The kit comes with 2 different lengths of tubes, offering varying levels of height as well as spacers to allow you to tilt the stands up to 6.5 degrees in either direction. The frames of the ISO-Stands are made of high-impact ABS and the poles are made of stainless steel. The ISO-Stands comes in a black finish.

While the ISO-L8R series is designed for nearfield studio monitors, the Aperta series was created for the home audio market with bookshelf and center channel speakers. Made of aluminum, they have more of a stylized look to them and are considered a more premium product. The Aperta series does not have a taller height setting because in a typical home audio setting, the height adjustment is not often beneficial because of the greater distance between the listening position and the speakers. The Aperta stands offer 6.5 degrees of tilt by allowing you to “dial-in” your desired angle using the built-in adjustment. The isolators used in the Aperta’s have been redesigned and the frames of the stands are stiffer resulting in further refined performance. The Aperta’s are offered in two colors, black, and aluminum.

Do the Aperta stands come with height adjustment?
No, the Aperta series only comes with 1 length of the tube. The tilt adjustment feature can be used to better focus the speakers to ear level. If additional height is required, we recommend placing something solid underneath the Aperta stands to raise them to the height that is required. Alternatively, the ISO-Stand series offers a taller height setting.
Can the Aperta stands be rotated so that the IsoAcoustics logo is facing sideways?
For best results, we recommend positioning the stands with the IsoAcoustics logo facing forward, in the same direction as the drivers. For a clean look, you can turn the stands backwards so that the logo is not visible.

The IsoAcoustics patented isolators are directional. They are shaped with an internal taper and concave that prevents off axis movements and keeps the energy on-axis and aligned with the direction of the transducer’s travel

Can the Aperta be used on speaker stands?
If the speakers are fastened to the stands, then they tend to act like one and we recommend installing the GAIA’s underneath the floor stands.

If the speakers are resting on top of the stands, then we recommend isolating between the speaker and the stand. The Aperta series is a great option if the tilt adjustment is required to help focus the tweeters to ear level. Please ensure that the top plate of the stand is large enough for the Aperta stand. If the top plate is not large enough, please see Aperta plate.

If the speaker is already at ear level, then we recommend isolating using the OREA series positioned directly underneath the speaker.

How do I determine which Aperta model will work best for my speaker?
We recommend measuring the dimensions of the Aperta stand against the flat bottom surface of your speaker to verify how they will fit. The speaker should be the same size or larger than the stand. A few inches of overhang are acceptable. We recommend using our online calculator to determine which Aperta model is the best fit for your speakers. If you have any questions or concerns, you can submit an inquiry to IsoAcoustics for review through the online calculator. A representative from IsoAcoustics will review the details and respond by email.
Is a solution with the Aperta series available for a wide center channel speaker?
The Aperta 300 is a great fit for many center channel speakers. For wider center channel speakers, we recommend using a pair of Aperta or Aperta200 stands. The Aperta stands can be positioned side by side with a space between the stands. We recommend checking the IsoAcoustics Online Calculator to see which Aperta stands are recommended for your center channel speaker.

Omtaler av Aperta

» With the Aperta stands under them, I felt like I was hearing the Kanto TUK for the first time. The imaging came into focus like nobody business, and the soundstage expanded way beyond the boundaries of the speakers. The separation was also enhanced…..
..The first time I listened with the Apertas installed, I couldn’t pull away from the music. I worked an hour past the time I scheduled because I was enjoying the sound so much. At this point, I will never use another pair of speakers on my desktop without the Apertas or their equivalent (which I haven’t found yet.)”

“…. I frankly won’t mix without them!”
– Recording Magazine

“This wasn’t just a subtle improvement but a clear enhancement of the sound – and one that was repeated on all forms of music ranging from small-scale acoustic jazz to bombastic hard rock.”
– Jon Myles, Hi-Fi World