IsoAcoustics Aperta Sub is an isolation stand designed for subwoofers weighing up to 36kg (80 pounds) that’s intended to allows the listener to discover greater bass definition from their subwoofer with fewer complaints from their neighbours. The large pulsating driver of a subwoofer produces energy and vibrations that travel through solid structures that create issues in the listening space and can often be disturbing to others. The Aperta Sub isolation stand claims to not only reduces these disturbances, but also delivers better sounding audio.
“The Aperta Sub consists of top and bottom isolators, each connected by a rigid frame that provides a stable base and lifts the subwoofer off the floor. Aperta means ‘open’ in Italian, which describes the stands’ stylized design that creates open space and compliments its surroundings. The patented IsoAcoustics isolators are directional and designed to be aligned with the subwoofers drivers to maintain the energy on-axis. The Aperta Sub provides a high degree of isolation and cleans up the muddy low-frequencies to reveal more bass definition.”
The Aperta Sub has an innovative shape that provides stability and avoids interference with existing subwoofer feet. It has a low-profile and compact design, measuring 265mm x 290mm x 33mm and is made to be used with front-firing and side-firing subwoofers that weigh up to 36.3kg. The Aperta Sub also includes carpet disks which feature 0.6″ (15mm) spikes that anchor into carpeted surfaces. The IsoAcoustics Aperta Sub will be available in the US today, May 18th, and in the UK on June 7th and will retail for $149.99USD/£149.