|Warranty length||10 Years|
|Product Award||HiFi News Editor's Choice|
These floor-stands are designed and manufactured in Great Britain and produced without compromise and are machined from the finest materials including Stainless Steel and Aluminium by skilled craftsmen using the latest C.N.C. machines. All our speaker stands are hand built to your requirements and are fitted with our fully isolated uniquely designed spikes, thus allowing the clear sound of “Just the Speakers” to be enjoyed.
Isolating the cabinets from the ground means you're hearing just the speaker, not the colouration caused by excessive contact.
- Height adjustable stand mounts
- Ball locking finely adjustable feet
- Uniquely designed spikes
- Built in bubble spirit level
- Stands come complete with hard floor spike protectors
- Designed and Manufactured in the UK
- CNC Machined
- High specification certificated materials
- Three sizes;
- 250 x 300
- 330 x 330
- 350 x 400
"Track Audio's isolator feet / spikes afford precise and easy adjustment, while the stands' anodised aluminium pillars and plates are akin to the facias found on high end components." (Hi-Fi News Magazine August 2012)
"Any Audiophile would be proud to own them" (Hi-Fi News Magazine August 2012)
"Ease of setting up and levelling is quite the best I've come accross in 40 years of hi-fi hobbying." (Hi-Fi News Magazine August 2012)
25 Jan 2014Saw these in Audio Affair's store and was intrigued. Theyre not speaker stands for small speakers, theyre platforms for floorstanding speakers. Dubious at first (arent floorstanding speakers meant to sit on the floor and the spikes are there to give them stablility?) I had a listen to some speakers with and without and could immediately hear the difference. Bass was tighter and the whole soundstage became more organised. I thought it could be a room effect (their demo room is quite high ceiling), I bought a pair nevertheless for use with my B&Ws and much to my delight there were definite improvements at home as well. A recommended upgrade. If you're speakers cost around £2000 or more, you owe it to yourself to have a listen to these.