Sound Anchors FSTT Tabletop Stand
Sound Anchors FSTT Tabletop Stand are designed for use in the true digital workstation enviroment and they take up very little space. Sound Anchors Tabletop Stands are ideal for use in both broadcast and post production studios. They offer infinite tilt adjustment and 12 or 18 inches of height/ length adjustment. Tabletop Stands are available two versions One is freestanding The other must be secured to a solid structure with screws. Sound Anchors Tabletop Stands make it possible for you to position your loudspeakers safely and accurately.
Sound Anchor Free Standing Tabletop Stands are designed to elevate your small monitors above your desktop. They feature adjustable platform height and tilt and have special rubber pads for their interface with the desktop. These pads protect the desktop surface and prevent slippage. Sound Anchor Free Standing Tabletop Adjustable Stands can be moved to any position on the desktop so that you can put your monitors in exactly the right location and change this location anytime you like. The FSTT raise your speakers above the reflective items on your desk top which gives you a cleaner, more detailed and more accurate sound.
Sound Anchor FSTT stands are ideal for:
- Radio and television broadcasting studios.
- Film post production.
- Video game production.
- Online audio production.
- Desk top Publishing.
- Music Composition.
- Computer audio.
Height: The FSTT is available in 12″, 18″ and 24″ heights.
Speaker Platform Sizes: 10″ X 12″ max (default size) 7″ X 8″ custom sized to fit speakers.
Base Platform Sizes: 10″ X 10″ or 12″ X 14″ custom sizes are available.
Sound Anchor Free Standing Tabletop Adjustable Speaker Stands are hand crafted in the USA. They are made of large section square steel tubing and aluminum plate. Special sorbathane pads are provided for use between the speaker and stand. Sound Anchor Adjustable Stands are found in many of the world’s leading studios. Sound Anchor FSTT Monitor Stands are cost effective tools for listening to or recording music.
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