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Nobel prize quality speakerstand inthe world. The final answer of the speakerstand

Nobel prize quality speakerstand inthe world. The final answer of the speakerstand
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Nobel prize quality speakerstand inthe world. The final answer of the speakerstand

Nobel prize quality speakerstand inthe world. The final answer of the speakerstand  

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The ultimate solution for acoustics! (The final answer for your speaker stand)

Speaker Stand

Patented Product - Patent #4112585

EV TOUR X & Other All-Purpose Speaker Stand {JBL4312, YAMAHA NS1000M, etc.}

The picture displays an EV TOURX TX1152 speaker on our speaker stand.

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■ News about the stand (concrete plate goes perfectly underneath the speaker stand!)

What we found out from our recent experimentation is that the most functional base to put under the stand is a concrete plate used for bonsai, as seen in the picture. Out of all the objects we tested, nothing came close to being as good as the 30cm by 85-90cm bonsai concrete plate. You can go to a home goods store to get bonsai concrete plates. The 30cm by 30cm stone plate didn’t work at all. Even a regular concrete plate of the same size didn’t work. The size and length range from about 85cm to 90cm.  

People from the city probably wont be able to get bonsai concrete plates unless they travel out to the countryside, but it’s worth the trip.

Suggestion: A lot of people spread out nine 30cm by 30cm plates, but Ive found from experience that that method doesnt work very well. It’s even worse with stone plates. Id recommend spreading three 30cm by 85cm bonsai plates each like they are in the picture.

Suggestion (continued)

Theres something you must be extremely careful of when adjusting the settings for sound barrier acoustics. Pay attention to the surrounding walls, and to the edge of the 38cm woofer. In order for the space between the wall and edge to be at least 31.5cm or more (ideally 32cm or over), please set your speakers so that they are facing inward.

The reverberation of sound from the walls will largely disappear, effectively eliminating standing waves.

Grill Cloth

If you normally use a metallic grill cloth for audio, make sure to remove it. Professionals use them to protect their units, but from a musical standpoint, they make sound quality drop considerably.

For people having trouble with their setups: When adjusting the settings of barrier acoustics, absolutely (absolutely) be sure to use the natural, live singing voice of a Japanese person. If you do not, the sounds focal point will never match. Even if you mess up, just be sure not to adjust the settings to something like “jazz instrument sound” or “classical sound.”

The ultimate solution for acousticsEV TOUR X & Other All-Purpose Speaker Stand

Patented Productpresented on October 31, 2007

Patent #4112585

Note: This invention, acoustic theory, has patent rights. Use for business without permission is prohibited. You may use this invention, acoustic theory, for business free of charge with any method other than the speaker stand (whether that be stacking blocks or hanging it from the ceiling). Just be sure to inform us. That’s all you need to do. Having said this, I know that there are a ridiculous amount of patented products out there nowadays, and any stupid thing can be patented so long as it is “original.” Please don’t think of this product in the same way. Please understand that this speaker stand is explosive enough to completely change the history of acoustic theory.

We now have a speaker stand-exclusive eight-sheet Sorbothane set. We can include this set for ¥8000 (normally ¥9800). Those interested may choose from blue and red color versions.

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I’ve posted some comments from our customers at the bottom of this page. There are tons of amazing comments, so be sure to check them out. See for yourself how amazing barrier acoustics are from these comments.

■ The ultimate solution for acoustics (drastically change the acoustics of your room with one speaker stand)

EV TOUR X & Other All-Purpose Speaker Stand{JBL4312YAMAHA NS1000M, etc.}

The ultimate solution for acoustics, the speaker stand, is the ultimate weapon.

Following “the focal point of sound,” as promised, the speaker stand will destroy the second Great Wall of China that is acoustics.

I think the speaker stand will sell as “a dangerous tool that anyone can use.”

The effect that acoustics has on sound quality is in fact 75-80%. It is really amazing when that 75-80% of sound that was missing suddenly attacks your room. I imagine that this speaker stand will yet again cause countless people to experience “culture shock.”

For those of you wanting to get your hands on a speaker stand, be warned. Please be careful. Even the amount I have written here about the speaker stand isn’t sufficient. The effectiveness of the speaker stand is around 75-80%, or it may even be safe to say over 80%.

This speaker stand completely exceeds and goes beyond all of your imagination and expectations.

■ 100 Years of History of Acoustics and “The Ultimate Solution for Acoustics,” - The Speaker Stand’s Purpose and Meaning

Acoustic Theory has at least over 100 years of history. The reason for adding “at least” is because there were things such as symphony halls/classical halls and buildings with outstanding acoustics hundreds of years ago. This long history has allowed for the establishment of the study of acoustics, and even acoustical societies that perhaps exist worldwide. You can easily find countless different books on acoustics if you go to the library, such as a thick three-volume book.

Let’s first think about “the very existence of acoustics.”

Mankind has been baffled by the existence of acoustics for quite some time until now. It seemed as though acoustics was one thing that no one could even begin to touch. It was as if acoustics was a living being, perhaps living in another dimension, and the closer we tried to get to it, the further it would run away. The only answer we don’t have is whether it is some sort of spirit or “the god who rules the world of sound.”

It was as if it was looking down upon us humans and laughing from the above clouds. The more one would try to understand acoustics, the more elusive it would be, and laugh as it disappeared. The only individuals who perhaps claimed to understand acoustics were scholars. But in reality, they were doing nothing more than merely feeling their way around in the dark.

The speaker stand, the final answer for acoustics, has only one goal. Ill tell you what the speaker stands goal is with an easy-to-understand allegory.

■ Grab the nape of the neck of the living creature of acoustics and bring it into a room in your home. And to make sure that it doesnt escape, set up a barrier and tame it. Once you do, it will work for you. It absolutely cannot escape from the barrier, and this demon, or god - no, this living creature - will do nothing but work. To that end, we must build a barrier with extraordinary tenacity that will not give in to even the smallest thing. But its not as complicated as it sounds. You can do it in one shot with our speaker stand. Think of this as another kind of the speaker stands magic. It only takes a single shot with the speaker stand to overturn the entire history of acoustics in your whole room.

■ An explanation of the final answer for acoustics, the speaker stand

The main subject begins here. This explanation is going to be a bit long, but not as long as an entire book on acoustic theory. Its just an explanation for the speaker stand. Its an exceedingly simple concept, but it’s also mysterious that something as simple as the speaker stand itself hasn’t been discovered for hundreds of years up to this point.

There are those to whom I have given individual instruction in the methods of establishing acoustic theory. But only two of them have been able to accomplish it. One is a professional engineer, and the other is a DJ. It was from this that I decided I needed to bring forth and present the form of the speaker stand. On top of that, I felt that I needed to present it with a detailed explanation or there would be a good chance that everyone would pass up the rare experience of a speaker stand, a tool with a power so huge that it could be dangerous, without making full use of it.

The contracted manufacturer of the speaker stand isnt just any steel factory; its a company listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and associated with the Toyota Company. I believe I saw between the lines of the perfectionism of a business affiliated with Toyota this time. They have strived to produce a thoroughly perfect speaker stand. This company listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and associated with the Toyota Company is a company that carries perfectionism to a level of amazement.

The rubber parts that attach the upper portion are industrial strength, which makes them extra tough. Theres a layer of cloth in the center that is the same as the one placed underneath a car door when it is being carried to prevent the door from incurring damage.

They had to consider what to do in order to allow you to finely control the height using the top portion, so they made the tops of all 8 pieces of the speaker stand with a screw for adjusting the height. They settled on such an easy method of turning it left to go higher and turning it right to go lower. I think this is the best construction. Theres nothing that cuts off the bottom of the speaker. It keeps the bottom completely free. And its the reason that the 8-piece speaker stand set works best using the thin steel pipe material. But thats not all the steel pipe is good for. It plays a decisive role right to the very end. But well talk about that later.

How much does something like this, specially ordered and requested from an upscale company affiliated with Toyota, cost to make? Its an 8-piece speaker stand of remarkable precision, so its absolutely not cheap.

Still, its on the market for this price.

But I think you should know why, at the same time, its an ordinary speaker stand sold for an extraordinary price.

The acoustics, as well as this price, is something I want to write about so its easy to understand, but Im just not sure how. Ill write the sequential points and the most important item about the speaker stand, so be sure to read until the end. In particular, be sure to set up your speaker stand using the illustrations and photographs, as they are imperative to setting up your speaker stand as depicted.

■ The product comes in a set like the one in the picture below. The black speaker stand is in the picture above, and the silver speaker stand is in the picture below.

The speaker stand is intended for two speakers. Because you set a speaker on four corners of the stand, a speaker stand set will be 8 pieces.

Black Speaker Stand

   Silver Speaker Stand

■ The advantage of the silver speaker stand and an image of the speaker stand set up in silver

The bodies of both the EV TOUR X and JBL JRX115 speakers are silver. When visually checking under the speaker stand, its too dark to see anything since both the speaker and the stand are black. With the silver speaker stand, you can just peek below the stand and see the whole area. Since the color of concrete and the stand are almost the same, the TOUR X looks like its floating in the air. The silver speaker stand has metallic paint, so the painted surface is slightly thicker.

■ Standing waves (the biggest hurdle for acoustics)

The biggest hurdle for acoustics has always been what we call standing waves. A standing wave is malicious - it can make sound feel boxy when it travels back and forth throughout the room. Theres something else different about them, too. They are waves of sound that dont move at all and will suddenly appear somewhere other than where sound is traveling, then stay there. Sometimes they appear in the corners of the room, and sometimes its around the speaker. Theres no way to know where they will appear next. It likely depends on the shape and openness of the room, how the speaker stands are placed, and the situation. There are multiple points at which they appear. That limits the listening point to a place away from standing waves. Acoustic theory has never solved the problem of standing waves, and whats even worse, speaker stands have long been considered at a level too low for discussion.

So we instead consider what doesnt cause standing waves. Believe it or not, there are already speakers with shapes that dont produce standing waves even without stands.

■ The horn wont cause standing waves inside or outside

The shape of a horn, which opens up at the outer end, will not cause standing waves inside or outside. A trumpet is one of these horns. If you play the trumpet inside a room, you may encounter some standing waves, but they will be significantly fewer than standing waves produced by speakers. If that happens, its the room thats causing waves to stand, not the horn itself.

For our purposes, please remember that the horn itself will not cause standing waves.

What acoustics and the speaker stand aim for is to make the whole room into a horn. This defies common wisdom. Acoustics in a cubic room have always been and still are believed to be the worst.

But I declare the following:

"Acoustics in a cubic room are the best. Its just that no one has ever realized how to use the room."

What if our speaker stand can establish the right acoustics?

What if the whole problem can be solved by just having a speaker stand?

We wouldnt need acoustic theory. People would say, "It must be a joke that your speaker stand surpasses acoustic theory."

But you know what? If thats true, then this speaker stand is, in fact, a "joke."

■ How to set up the speaker stand

Anyone can set up the speaker stand, the final answer for acoustics, just by following the instructions below. However, you have to know the basics before diving into the detailed instructions of how to use the speaker stand. We have provided plenty of pictures. You can easily learn how to use it by referencing these pictures, including the photos of the actual speaker stand.

First, get your hands on two 90cm by 90cm veneer boards at your neighborhood home goods store. Push these into a corner of the room. You can get the 15mm thick variety almost anywhere. Set the speaker stand on top of them. If the ground is firm, like it is in an office building, you wont really need them. Now, place either a concrete or stone plate on top, but be sure to place them so that there is no space between the wall and the veneer board, and so that sound cannot move from the width of the veneer board or the weight of the concrete or stone plate, vibrate the speaker stand, and travel to the floor. Remember that your sound will become unlistenable if your speaker stand and the floor are vibrating together.

Its explained more later on, but by placing your speaker on a speaker stand that sits on the breadth of a hard plate, youre creating a sturdy floor.


Push the veneer board into a corner of the room. Even when properly placed, there will be space in the 3 points between the wall and the veneer board. We have to avoid this. Place more concrete or stone plates on top to fill the space.

Choose board with horizontal lines. They are the strongest ones.

Veneer boards, 90cm x 90cm

■ Next, youll find pictures of three concrete plates aligned and placed atop a veneer board.

Here, there are 3 layers of 30cm by 85cm pieces.

Note: Of the many different kinds of concrete plates, there is one that is the absolute best!

What we found out from our recent experimentation is that the most functional base to put under the stand is a concrete plate used for bonsai, as seen in the picture. Out of all the objects we tested, nothing came close to being as good as the 30cm by 85-90cm bonsai concrete plate. You can go to a home goods store to get bonsai concrete plates. The 30cm by 30cm stone plate didn’t work at all. Even a regular concrete plate of the same size didn’t work.

People from the city probably wont be able to get bonsai concrete plates unless they travel out to the countryside, but it’s worth the trip.

Suggestion:?A lot of people spread out nine 30cm by 30cm plates, but Ive found from experience that that method doesnt work very well. It’s even worse with stone plates. Id recommend spreading three 30cm by 85cm bonsai plates each like they are in the picture.

Weight helps prevent objects that physically vibrate from above (for instance, when the speaker transfers vibration to the speaker stand) from transferring vibration to the floor. The width does the same, and these two elements together are extremely important for the speaker stand.

Note: Reference the figure below for the height and location of the speaker stand when using the barrier stand with the TOUR X (TX1152).

The picture below shows the placement of the right-side speaker stand for the TOUR X (TX1152). Strictly speaking, you wont find 90cm by 90cm plates sold anywhere. This plate is actually 915mm by 920mm. The top and right sides match up with the walls.

Note: The height of the stand is represented by the height from the concrete plates in this setup. The height of the ceiling is 2m 47cm.


高さ height

ミリ mm

Note: The figure above is for use with the right side speaker stand. The figures right side is the side wall, and the figures upper side is the back wall.

If you can understand at least this much, you can set up the speaker stand. The upper part of the stand uses screws to allow you to adjust the height by millimeters at a time.

The closer you place the speaker stand to the correct spot, the more amazing the magic it produces.

■ Fine tuning the positioning of the speaker stand (adjusting using a fishing pole - aligning the three points: sides, base, and back face)

Adjusting the base with the speaker stand

Angular adjustment of the base of the speaker using a fishing pole is outlined below. Modify the height of the speaker stand so that the straight lines extending from the bottom face created by the speaker stand hit the corners of the room, or the "points." Its easy to understand by looking at the picture. The end of the fishing rod is likely to bend, so remove the tip. If you have a telescoping rod, use it at the second rod length. If youre using more than one rod, they should properly reach the corners of the room from the speaker stand.

Reference the picture below for adjustment of the sides

Using the same method, align the speaker stands location and height to control the angle of the side faces. As long as you are setting it up on top of the 90cm by 90cm plate, the speaker stands point should be aligned if you place it as I have it in the picture. However, there are most likely subtle differences in your floor and walls, so be sure to fine-tune the height using the speaker stands screws.

Reference the picture below for adjustment of the back

Align the ceiling side using the picture below. Press the fishing rod against the back side, then, point it toward the corner of the ceiling. It will create the angle that terminates at the corner of the ceiling, or the "point." It is imperative to adjust the height of the rear of the speaker stand to match.

Note: Only the height of the ceiling should differ from room to room, so be sure to account for this by modifying the height using the speaker stands screws. It is precisely for this reason that the speaker stand is equipped with adjustment screws. The screws can fine-tune the height of the speaker stand in increments of less than 1mm.

Thats all!

Theres nothing more you need to do to adjust the speaker stand.

However, if you plan to do this with a block, adjustment will be different than that of the specially designed speaker stand. Youll find its suddenly quite a chore. Before I developed the speaker stand, I was using a block. Not only did it take extra time, but the cost of materials was also nothing to laugh at. I dont know what I was thinking. Plus, when I piled up blocks and they didnt match up perfectly, I had to keep getting lumber of different thicknesses and do everything over again. This is the reason that there were so few people who could do this. You see, the blocks that you use to make a speaker stand tend to be so wide that they obstruct the corners, or points, from which sound waves are released. Its clearly detrimental. Nevertheless, you can still achieve a pretty powerful barrier - but the speaker stand will give you the strongest barrier possible. Read more about this further down.

An easy-to-follow screenshot of the setup for TOUR X speaker stand

Below is a picture showing the left-side speaker stand after it has been set up.

■ Variation in the angular setup of the speaker stand - Part 1

There are actually an infinite number of variations on the angle of the speaker. But the amount of each change wont make much of a difference. There isn’t really an appropriate angle point for setting up the speaker stand. The numbers written here for the adjustment of the speaker stand will be the least problematic in this position, but its nothing more than a matter of convenience.

However, it is this variety that simultaneously proves that this speaker stand works at many heights with many different shapes of speaker.

It’s just not that important. The pictures may be simple, but please reference them as the method for setup is the most important for users of EV FORCE-I and ELIMINATOR-I.

■ In the upper figure below, the speaker is set on a speaker stand set up using straight lines extending from the corners at a steep angle. You must ensure that the front and rear side of the speaker stand tall.

■ In the lower figure below, the speaker is set on a speaker stand set up using straight lines extending from the corners at a shallow angle. You must ensure that the front and rear side of the speaker stand short.

Both setup methods can be used. So we can even use this stand for speakers of remarkable depth such as the EV ELIMINATOR-I. When setting up for such a speaker, tilt the speaker stand as is shown in the lower figure. You can set the speaker stand up for the ELIMINATOR-I using the method in the lower figure. Then, even though its a deep speaker, you won’t have to pull the speaker stand toward the sides of the room.

On the other hand, you can set the speaker up at a steep angle as in the upper figure to have speaker stand located toward the inside of the room. If you put the speaker at too much of an angle, however, the 90cm by 90cm plate won’t be enough. If you want to put a deep speaker above the plate, you’ll need a speaker stand that can hold speakers of exceptional height, so you should recline the speaker stand to a shallow angle like that shown in the lower figure.


天井 Ceiling

壁 Wall

床 Floor

■ Variation in the angular setup of the speaker stand - Part 2

The figures below provide a birds eye view of the room. You can set up the speakers more toward the center of the room or toward the outside of the room. However, if you configure the stand toward the outside, be careful not to come too close to making it parallel to the wall. Thats how an ordinary speaker stand sits. If its within range of a certain angle, consider it free. That means that the way the speaker stand faces can be changed freely. Because it is in a three-dimensional space, any time you change it, youll have to adjust the height as well. Its directly tied to the problem of having to reposition the horn to yourself or the outside. However, as explained in the previous section, if you set the speaker up at a steep angle, the sound from the horn will pass through the head of any human being sitting on the floor. You need some degree of angle. The shape of The JBL JRS115 is a trapezoid shape when viewed from above, and the horn tends to be toward the center in the speaker stands most natural setup. When the speaker body is not a trapezoid but is completely rectangular, the horn easily faces toward the outside, but the angle of the horn is not so important here. Considering that, those using the FORCE i, TOUR X, or the JBL JRX115 should decide the angle of the speaker stand by moving it.

But, this is a matter of the stands placement and height within a three-dimensional space. Its not very easy to imagine moving physical objects around in a 3D space, but if you use the measurements I have provided, youll find that its the easiest way to set up your speaker stand.

One of the most important things about these two ways of thinking is the problem of whether or not you set your speaker up at a steep angle as written above. Depending on what you choose, the speaker stands height will change. If your speaker stand is too short (If you havent pulled your speaker stand back from the sides of the room), the speaker will be too deep, and you wont be able to align the ceiling point, and the height of the speaker stand will raise. There may also be a situation in which you have to pull the speaker stand more than 90cm toward you. In such a case, by attaching Sorbothane (sold separately) to the bottom of the speaker, you can raise the speaker stand by 10mm. Reference this for the stand setup for a different type of speaker. Sorbothane is used both for sound and to change the height of the speaker stand. Because its the same size as the speaker stand, application is extremely easy - just stick it to the bottom of the speaker stand.


When speakers are set toward the center of the room

When speakers are set toward the outside of the room

■ How to absorb the difference in reverberation between a concrete plate and the wall

The majority of walls in a modern house use cloth pasting. The echo from cloth and concrete plates differs greatly. Because of this, you may feel severe echo from the bottom. Control the echo by placing handkerchiefs or towels everywhere around the speaker stand, including directly underneath the speaker and in the space next to and around the speaker stand. It will suppress the large fluctuations in sound from the echo and the strong echoes coming from below. If youre using a handkerchief, place a few of them in difference locations under the speaker stand.

■ When using a 30cm woofer (JBL4312 [pictured], YAMAHA 1000m, or similar)

When using a 30cm woofer, you can place it on top of a 75cm by 75cm plate. For a 38cm woofer, please use a 90cm by 90cm plate. Though nothing holds a candle to the JBL 4312, even contenders like the JBL JRX115 or EV TOUR X, you can try out the power of the barrier if youve got a JBL 4312 or YAMAHA 1000M on hand with a 30cm woofer.

■ From here on, well venture into the acoustic theory of the ultimate solution for acoustics - the speaker stand.

Its nothing more than a simple concept. Anyone can understand the secret of the speaker stand.

Its so simple, in fact, that theres no need for an author to write even a single book on the acoustic theory of the speaker stand.

First, lets look at the figure below. Its a figure of a room represented by a rectangular prism or block. The room is just a regular room. It is what you have been brainwashed to believe is the worst possible environment for acoustics.

Well, lets cut out the area in the red circle in this figure and take a look at it in isolation in the second figure.

The figure below is the section inside the red circle. The angle of the figure remains unchanged.

■ What can you see in this shape?

It may seem like a silly question, but what can we gather from this shape? Its a horn shape. That means that its the only shape that doesnt generate standing waves.

This shape, the horn, is a shape that simultaneously collects and emits sound.

If you were a ninja, you could hide behind the ceiling, cut a hole in the tip, and listen in on all of the conversations in the room.

Basically, most of the sound in the room gets compacted in the corners.

Because this area is not open, sound becomes consolidated here, and the sound with the highest pressure gets discharged.

Its a sudden eruption from the horn into the room, and the mechanism in which the magic of the point begins to work.

To put the mechanism into action, you need only to introduce the speaker stand.

■ Which part of the shapes form is the sturdiest?

It may seem obvious, but its the tip of the horn - the section with the point. Since this is a room, there may be additional pillars for reinforcement behind the intersection of the three walls. This point is, of course, the sturdiest. This hardiest of areas receives all of the sound pressure. In essence, its where the rooms vibration will be minimal. In this ordinary house, its the only area that carries the strength of a typical commercial building.

The next sturdiest area is the line. It is often thought that the line plays a fairly big role, so it will always be second to the point. For exactly this reason, it holds the secret of the speaker stand.

■ How many of these shapes are within the confines of a room?

You can find out quickly by counting. There are 8. You can take advantage of those 8 horns naturally created by the shape of the room using the speaker stand.

■ The logic of how the final answer in acoustics takes full advantage of the 8 naturally occurring horns in a room.

Its ideal to use all 8 horns in a room; otherwise, the horns would go to waste, but there are lots of issues with living spaces. But if you use at least 6 of the available horns, you can achieve sound perfection. The four corners of the ceiling are usually open. If you match up the speaker on the speaker stand with the rear point, you can use 6 of the horns anywhere.

Thats all you need.

The goal of using the speaker stand is to take advantage of the horns.

■ Which of the points of the 8 horns builds the most sound pressure?

The horns behind the speaker do. The points of the horns in the spot closest to and behind the speaker are the ones that hold the secret of the speaker stand. When they function at full power, the remaining 6 horns activate simultaneously. In other words, they begin to work for us.

And with this stand, the moment that the point behind the speaker activates, the 8 naturally occurring horns begin to work, collecting and emitting sound, and as all the sound runs diagonally in the room, the barrier should be established by the continuous play with the other 7 points running throughout the room.

Basically, the other points follow the most important point behind the speaker and begin to work.

However, the configuration of the speaker requires meticulousness down to the millimeter. To achieve that, you need speaker stand precision.

■ Acoustics around the speaker (the most important)

The acoustics around the speaker and above the speaker stand are illustrated here. If theres only one thing in the room you pay attention to, notice the absence of flat and vertically swirling sounds. It is even more important to note that the sound emitted from the point behind the speaker, which houses the highest concentration of sound pressure and corresponds to the diaphragm, passes within the angle of the horn formed by the rooms walls and the speakers side plates and underplate, which is partially non-existent), and is released into the air as a whole. When this happens, a block prevents the smooth emission of sound from the underside. Therefore, you need a superior speaker stand.

The reason to match the side plates and underplate with the point is to create a potent horn. Its to pull out a sound using acoustics that seems like it comes from the sizable horn of an A7 or A5 as if it were nothing at all. And because the speaker stand turns every last corner of the room into a horn, the A7 doesnt stand a chance against it.

Below is a picture of the JBL JRX115 on top of the speaker stand.

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The resonance of the upper plate moves diagonally toward the upper-back portion.

Resonance from the side plates moves diagonally toward the back upper portion.

The resonance of the side plates here moves diagonally toward the bottom while reverberating.

The side and bottom faces become the precise shape of the horn down to the millimeter toward the room’s corner, the point.

The bottom plate’s resonance moves diagonally forward toward the center of the room while reverberating.

The most important thing in the picture above is the thick, red arrow. It represents the direction of the sound emitted by the corners of the room, or the horn’s diaphragm.

The most important thing in the picture above is the thick, red arrow. The underplate of the speaker and the floor form the horn, and the speakers side plates and the wall form the horns point. Both the parts of sound and resonance that issue from the horn and swirl horizontally and vertically to the room are absolute zero.

When using the speaker stand, pay attention to how bountiful and magnanimous the horn becomes. It is the aim of the speaker stand to make you realize that the horn could not be so magnificent by only using a block.

The thick, black arrows call your attention to the area between the bottom of the speaker and the concrete plates in which reverberation continues around the speaker stand while the waves of sound heading to the upper center of the room are formed, and the reverberation between the side plates and the walls turn into the sound waves moving toward the lower front part of the room.

Its not that the sound is coming and going to and from the same place; while continuing to reverberate, the sound waves traveling to the upper center portion of the room are formed, and on the side plate, the sound waves that are brought to the lower front part of the room are formed.

That’s the undeniable reason that standing waves do not exist anywhere near the speaker stand.

■ Why the four legs of the speaker stand are made with steel pipes of differing lengths (of utmost importance)

This is the speaker stands most important element.

The unusually expensive speakers had horns made from metal long ago. Thats how all of them were. Those were the days of extravagantly high costs, and when we reproduce the sound of brass instruments such as cymbals, trumpets, and saxophones, we want to create an environment in which the overtones of the reverberation of brass instruments sounds as if the cymbals and trumpets are being played right in front of you.

Thats how the role of the differently sized feet made of metal pipe on the speaker stand came to be. It’s a total breakthrough that allows the sound of the brass instruments to come alive as you play your music.

Dont forget that the bottom part of the JBL JRX115 speaker will become a large horn as soon as you take advantage of the acoustics. Sound waves pass forcefully through the inside of the horn. When you make the speaker stands legs out of steel, you can hear the metal sing, and youll be able to experience realistic brass instrument playback. And since the legs are all of differing lengths, youll be able to hear everything from the brass instruments high-frequency sound waves to their standard harmonic components as if the instruments were played before your eyes. The lengths of the steel pipes are thoughtfully chosen. The speaker stands legs craft four types of resonance that make completely perfect brass instrument sounds. The lengths are perfect for the brass instrument sounds with four types of resonance from the speaker stand.

■ The importance of the speakers directivity

I would say that speakers should have directivity in a universal sense. Because omni-directivity translates as a sound that emits over 180 degrees, sounds that issue horizontally, straight up, and straight down are also usually included. Sound without directivity returns to a vertical or horizontal position, which produces standing waves. If you recline a speaker with directivity, which is both a driver and a horn, so that it points diagonally upward, you can minimize vertically and horizontally running sound. At the very least, the speaker wont produce much sound that moves vertically. Speakers placed in this way can push all of the reverberation in diagonal directions and, in essence, become horn compression drivers.

The figure below shows the direction that sound travels for speakers with directivity. The figure comes courtesy of a loyal customer who designed a diagram in CAD and placed it the comments section.

The acoustics are presupposed, so we cannot recommend anything less than a genuine professional speaker equipped with a strong horn called a compression driver.

■ The speaker stands acoustics are simple

When you cause all of the sound to disperse diagonally and eliminate the standing waves around the speaker, the pockets in the corner of the room become horns. Sound then pass along the speaker faces to lines, along the lines to points, and from point to point. This erases standing waves and provides collectively high-quality audio. Theres no longer a single listening point. The corners of the room, otherwise called the points, are what I like to call the "sound perches." A bird that stops at one of the points soars to the next point from the faces across the lines. From there, it flies on toward the next point.

The eight points, or the "sound perches," automatically fix a barrier.

Because all the audio rushes diagonally, after a few (at most within ten) echoes, the sound will converge, whether it be at the curtains, the rug, or somewhere else. The potency of the acoustics created by the speaker stand will, in the presence of only one rug or one or two curtains, be neither alive nor dead.

■ So were finally releasing the magic of the speaker stand to the public

Im going to reveal how I fine-tuned the focal point of sound. Please use this information to learn about the other-worldly power of this stand. You may be somewhat surprised by it. Actually, it wasnt the fine-tuning of the cable length, nor what is the crossover. It happened at a time when, with the cables, I was able to approximately match up the focal point. I didnt yet have the speaker stand, and even though the sound was thinner than it is from the speaker stand, I was still able to put up a boundary using a block.

■ There are two kinds of methods

When the high range was a bit strong, I put it in the location marked with red in the photo below with a ball or a piece of wood. I put the same object on the right and left side, which destroyed the high range. The larger the objects I set down, the better I could kill the high range. With that, I was actually able to fine-tune the focal point of the sound remarkably well.

With a ball it was even easier.

Because placing it inside, or in the very center of the room, dropped the high range even more than placing it in the outside area of the speaker stand, I was sometimes able to control the focal point of the audio by moving the ball around the area.

This is based entirely in truth. Try it for yourself.

It works as long as you use these acoustics, and by using the speaker stands four uniquely sized metal pipes, you can understand why the Altec Lansing metal horns reemergence makes it possible in a single shot of the speaker stand even with the JBL JRX115 speaker. Truthfully, in such a place, with the large horns opening, its a place in which youll need to have metal. It is a place in which you have to have acoustics to some degree, and to take advantage of a speaker stand that can bring forth the subtle sounds of metal.

Using the obvious method of shutting the opening of the horn to make it difficult for the high range to emerge unites the sound with its focal point.

■ One more big reason to turn the speaker on its back using the speaker stand

Actually, theres a significant weight in the front of speakers. Thats because the unit is attached to the front. But by reclining the speaker using the speaker stand, the load shifts to the back. Once again, the "point" emerges. You can say it a thousand times - the acoustics come from the magic of the speaker stands point. The "point" is the section close to the sturdiest part of the middle of the room that bears the load. The center of the room is the weakest load-bearing spot. If this area takes the weight, the floor will resonate more easily. In the space between the floor and the ceiling, sounds will begin to move back and forth. Even with the set barrier of the speaker stand, you wont get anything out of it.

The veneer board prevents this from happening, and we use concrete or stone for the dual purpose of creating the point and making it difficult for the speaker to reverberate through the floor using the physical mass of the speaker that creates the point. Whats important to understand is that the speaker stands angle slides the load to the rear, and the vibration that travels to the floor is blocked even more.

■ The speaker stands ultimate solution (the final answer in acoustics)

The acoustics that this speaker stand can realize, even when experienced from any angle, are perfect, and because it is thought to have far surpassed acoustic theory, it is what we deem the "final answer in acoustics."

That concludes the most important explanation of the speaker stand. I’ll add the reasoning why using wide items suppresses the vibration in the floor at a later time.

I believe this requires another illustration. But I ask only that you believe in everything about the speaker stand, and that you realize that there truly is no need to explain why wide objects work so well.

The Next Level

■ Face-off with the "living creature" of acoustics (finding the hidden secrets and the magic of the speaker stand that evokes its mysteries)

Encounter of Another Kind

You wont know how scary the acoustics really are if the speaker stand is set perfectly from the beginning. Youll just be thrown right into a space where the altitude is already so high. To catch a glimpse of the true nature of the acoustics, Ill show you the magic right here. Its not necessary to know it, but if you do, youll be able to appreciate the height of your altitude. Try it if you are curious. The scariest thing when climbing a high mountain is either encountering a storm or reaching the point right before the peak. Just below the summit is the most dangerous and frightening part. Even a gust of wind at that altitude is accompanied by unexpected fear. Some people go down to that area purposefully to face the atmospheric conditions and blizzards there.

By traveling down a little bit from the summit, you can easily gain a better understanding of what kind of place it is.

■ To watch the magic right before your eyes, youll need to set the right & left speaker symmetry slightly off to the side and above from their central point on purpose.

When speaker stands are set correctly to their central point, they are like the summit under a clear sky. By moving the speakers position and height about 3cm each from the calm, comfortable central point, the "summit", you invite the "storm" into your room.

Suddenly, youre staring into the face of the living creature of acoustics. Half of the body of the acoustics creature is within the barrier, but the other half is stuck in another dimension. The creature will struggle madly to break the barrier and escape again into another dimension, and the "storm" will entangle you.

Caution: Do not continue this for an extended period. Just catching a glimpse of it is enough. Move the stand back to its recommended position right away. Try it in the dark and walk around the room.

You should be able to perceive a stunning galaxy, a belt of the sound like the Milky Way, wandering around the room, and you may even become lost in its perplexity. Maybe its the tarrying of the sound thats so shocking. It might appear to you to be a creepy belt of sound belt thats looking for an escape to the barrier. The way it looks will be different for each person, but all will see it.

Then, for the first time, youll realize that the acoustics this speaker stand provides are embodied by the living creature, be it monster or divine being, from another dimension.

Youll simultaneously learn firsthand the power and meaning of the barrier ignited and spread by this speaker stand.

■ About Acoustics.

The study, known as Acoustic Theory, is one that mystifies us. It is also often called Acoustics. However, its likely that no one has ever heard an explanation thats perfectly clear. But the truth is simple. If acoustic study requires a book or a lecture that lasts for hours, its simply made-up. Someone who studies acoustics, yet can be taken down easily by just one punch from true acoustics, is no more skilled than a novice. Be very cautious of acoustic theory-like words such as acoustics that fool people. Most of those are misconceptions. They will blind you with complicated explanations of acoustics on purpose when your sound problems could be solved simply with our speaker stand by itself. We have to look in retrospect starting with real sound to understand genuine acoustics. Not surprisingly, those who do not understand true acoustics are defeated by the speaker stand.

It is as written in these ancient sayings:

"Can a blind man lead a blind man? Will they not both fall into a pit?

Speaker Stand – A selection of shocking comments

I’ve collected these speaker stand comments in the Demon’s Gate Corner and placed them in full in three places, but I’ve decided it may be difficult to comprehend for some people.

I want to post the most astounding comments on this page. This selection of comments was lifted from speaker stand comments in one of these three places:

50 – Comments for The Final Answer for Acoustics EV (Electro-Voice), FORCE I, TOUR X, Other, and General Speaker Stand

51 – Comments for The Final Answer for Acoustics Speaker Stand 2 (continued)

53 – Comments for The Final Answer for Acoustics Speaker Stand 3 (continued)

Comments from Mr. A: I made the entire front wall of the speaker stand (sound barrier) into a speaker!

Dear Pro Cable,

As always, thank you. I finally finished creating a sound barrier with my Tour-X Cross Over, speaker stand, and 200V of power. I’ve turned the front wall into a speaker. I can clearly distinguish each instrument, and the vocals come through clearly from it. It’s the first time in my life that I have been able to hear such clean sound. I ’m truly grateful to you. I also want to thank the great people who have tried this before me. After reading the instructions multiple times on how to adjust the sound using Mac Pro, AME, and HUB, even a novice like me was able to grasp it. Whenever I get a free moment, I sit in front of my computer and indulge in reading Pro Cable’s commentaries to further my knowledge. I am considering using 5.1 multichannel in the future, but for now I will try to get started with 2-channel stereo.

I’m looking forward to learning even more from here on. Take care!


From Pro Cable: In fact, the effectiveness of this speaker stand is beyond ordinary – it is so unparalleled in intensity that, in anticipation of a flood of comments, I’ve got an additional three columns dedicated just to comments if you visit the Demon’s Gate Corner (click the Audio Basics & Demon’s Gate photo in this site’s upper right-hand corner).

50 – Comments for The Final Answer for Acoustics EV (Electro-Voice), FORCE I, TOUR X, other, and general speaker stand

51 – Comments for The Final Answer for Acoustics Speaker Stand 2 (continued)

53 – Comments for The Final Answer for Acoustics Speaker Stand 3 (continued)

There I have collected the expanded comments.

But for those of you who are seeing the site for the first time, it may be hard for you to find, so I thought that I might need to share a few comments about the acoustic barrier of the speaker stand here. The comment about Mr. A’s speaker stand is recent and came to us April 29, 2011.

Comments from client B: A speaker stand that can cause culture shock!

Dear Pro Cable,

Im from ○○ in Hyogo prefecture.

Thank you for the EV TOUR X, speaker stand, Sorbothane, and everything else.

First, I tried setting the TOUR X on the barrier stand so that they would become fixed in place (I actually set the speaker on the stand without a thought due to the limited space in the room).

After working with it a bit, I tried listening to the music for the first time.

Hearing the TOUR X for the first time was just…

Amazing… what a surprise.

I actually felt like I had culture shock.

I lowered the volume of the D-45 from its ordinary level of 8 to level 4.

Lowering the volume did not cause any change to the quality of sounds, but I was also able to catch more subtle sounds.

I also changed the length of the Belden 8460 from 1970mm to 1965mm.

It created a sense of perspective and reality and brought a comfortable width to the room.

The sound resolution of the sounds and depth are both satisfactory.

I felt as if I had been in a small concert hall.

"I lay down and, around me, live music appeared from nowhere."

"The components which highlight the shape of sound, the elements of real and living sound… could be the components of overtones." (from Pro Cable)

Now I can clearly catch the reverberation and subtle instrumental sounds from the TOUR X. Sound from the right and left speakers is well-balanced. Instead of growing tired, Im able to relax and enjoy the music as it flows smoothly and slowly.

I can hear the sound of the piano pedal and the twang of the guitar strings. The actual sounds of instruments like the piano, violin, guitar, and saxophone can be heard beneath the music.

Troublesome bass tones have become clear, compact, and relaxed ones.

I can hear vibrations in voices and clear pronunciation of syllables such as Shi, Su, Chi, and Tsu at the vocal part. Vocals are clear and lyrics are easy to understand. Its live music straight from your speaker. Before, I always doubted that the sound was that of a musicians voice.

I paused to realize the greatness of the TOUR X together with the speaker stand.

The most commonly sold speaker stands have only one leg. A one-legged stand cannot prevent vibration even if the stand is made of a superior material. This speaker stand has four legs, which means that both the weight of the speaker and the vibrations are dispersed to four separate parts without causing any vibration on the floor.

Furthermore, sounds are emitted outside without having to detach the speaker.

"Nothing should rest under the speaker (from Pro Cable).”

The angle and the height can be adjusted as you like. I do not know of any other speaker stand like this one.

Plus, no vibration is transferred to the floor if you have Sorbothane pads because they absorb all the vibrations.

Its like listening to music at a concert hall. Seriously.

I can say that this invention is a breakthrough.

Troublesome weights and vibrations disappeared all at once.

Bass tones are normally absorbed into the floor. One of the most notable effects of Sorbothane is that the lower tones clearly and dynamically come out of the speaker itself as all the vibrations are absorbed into the Sorbothane.

The powerful bass tones make all sorts of tones clear and transparent, which will allow the real sounds to emerge (from Pro Cable)".

I enjoy my music by raising the volume a little bit during the day and lowering it at night. I am so happy to have an ideal audio room (I call it "My Hall").

I really appreciate all the advice from the staff.

Thank you so much.

Id love to see more in the future.

Comments from client C: A speaker stand that creates realistic sound even from behind!

Dear Pro Cable,

This is ○○.

Im a huge fan of your products and theory.

I have come to understand the meanings of the focal point and barrier.

They are totally different.

The difference is so big that even a person like me who is not sensitive to sound is aware of.

Theres one thing Ive realized that I want to say:

I was just checking if the barrier was properly set and found that the real sounds were coming from the backside when I was standing at the listening point.

It was as if I was in a club with live music.

Im wondering if anyone else has experienced the same thing.

In my space, the AE lines are about 25 meters, and I think I’ve pretty well been able to corner it.

I am also interested in using the Sorbothane since my room is on the second floor.

Thanks for all the help so far!

○○ from Nihonmatsu.

From Pro Cable: The barrier acoustics made by our speaker stand don’t choose the listening point. Even if you turn around, you’ll still experience the same sound quality.

What’s important to understand here is that if there’s no speaker stand behind you, there’s no speaker. Even though there’s nothing there, you’ll still hear live sound, which adds even more to the realism.

What this customer experienced is a characteristic held only by our speaker stand, and one that has reached an extraordinary level.

Comments from Mr. F: The barrier speaker stand is a miracle with the power to make music sound better at my house than in a studio!!

Dear Pro Cable,

I can achieve such beautiful sound thanks to you!

My name is ○○.

Last week, I laid plywood underneath my Tour-X, and now I’ve attached a four-point sound barrier with blocks at the recommended height for my speaker stand.

Using a pipe and a flashlight, it took no more than fifteen minutes per barrier to get it spot-on. The hardest part was cutting the wood.

I thought the Tour-X already had amazing sound quality, but after some minor adjustments, it was like I was in another world. It was as if I had been thrown from the height of a tall mountain.

I don’t know how to explain it other than depending on the way the speaker stand’s method can change, it can shift the sound of music to a more natural tone.

It’s like the instruments and the strings are right in front of me. The singers are there, and you can see the words coming from their mouths.

Even in my house, which is just the size of six tatami mats, I understand that it’s possible to have such an experience, but each time I have it, I’m still taken aback. And I’m still making more and more improvements.

It is a little strange that the sound is quiet, but there are no sounds except the ones that I should hear. It’s clear audio. The muffled bass sound that used to come from the back of the speaker seems to have stopped on its own.

When I raise the volume, the sound rapidly comes together without getting noisy. When I watch movies, I feel like I’m in the action. The deep bass of the sound effects is splendid, but the voices are the most amazing part.

The problem is that if the single listening point from which the audio resonates deviates even just a little bit, it displaces the stereo image. But even if the stereo image isn’t visible, I can still enjoy the music. Before, when the listening point desynced, the sound would get stuck in the speaker. I think the problem is due to the strange layout of the room that includes a 0.9 m recessed alcove with a shelf on the back wall as well as a closet.

Anyway, the sound barrier was really amazing! Hearing it in a studio and at home are truly two different experiences, aren’t they?

Looking forward to more in the future!

From Pro Cable: When I was developing this speaker stand for sound barrier use, I didn’t have a speaker stand, so instead, I used a block stand to create a barrier like this customer.

Even with that setup the sound was still incredible. That’s the power of the barrier. It’s a power that will bring you into an out-of-body experience.

Anyone can make a stand out of blocks any time, and I encourage you to try it.

From Pro Cable (2): I’ve thought so many times, “Should I just forget the patent and share this speaker stand with the world?”
After all, acoustic theory is, as usual, not progressing. Accordingly, you could view it as a degeneration.

It’s as if everyone is trying to erase the truth, blinded by convoluted logic in a locked out world in which the truth is sealed, that there are the things that can and should be done in just one shot by the speaker stand.

It seems so, even though it really all can be resolved by learning how to use the speaker stand.

Nevertheless, for most people it starts by learning the power of the sound barrier first, which, I believe, is the gateway. Because it is all about the end result of the specialized speaker stand, I implore you to get to know the power of the acoustic sound barrier with a stand made from blocks.

It is this, I believe, that turns a person into an audiophile.

After all, the real problem with the speaker stand is that once you experience it, it changes everything.


Comments from client G: Astonishing sound through acoustic theory with just a simple sound barrier!

I received quite a shock when I tried setting up a simple version of the barrier by the speakers (at first, though, I was surrounded by a storm of sounds because I placed the speakers in the opposite direction, with the outward-leaning part leaning inward, without checking thoroughly). It is really amazing.

Im surprised to know I can listen to such great sound in my own room.

And what an amazing theory! I can only imagine the sound that would come out of a set of speakers and amplifiers recommended in your shop!

Unfortunately, I have no budget for those devices at the moment, but I plan to buy power strips and RCA cables little by little.

Indeed, I am fully enjoying J-POP songs and more by creating a barrier by the speaker and the amplifier.

From Pro Cable: In actuality, the real version of the speaker stand holds the exact power estimated by this customer.

It really can be a dangerous stand, and to those of you who may be introduced to it one day: be prepared. This speaker stand has the power to make you wonder, “Have I been shocked into losing my mind?” if you’re not careful.

More comments from Mr. F: Regarding whether the unbelievable description “Sound from 8000m” is true or not

Dear Pro Cable.

My name is ○○.

I thought the expression “from 8,000m” was a metaphor, but when the sound panned, it no longer felt like a hyperbole, but an actuality.

As is written, it’s hard to understand the level of acoustic vibration if you start using this stand from the beginning.

You could just take your Tour-X all the way up to a mountain summit by helicopter to check it out, but it would give you a greater sense of fulfillment to get a guide to help you climb to the summit on foot. There is a mountain climbing map called, “The Sounds of the Osaka Shop” that will help keep you from getting lost.

The sound is so perfect that even if you lower the volume, the sound quality is painstakingly preserved. Even at 100db there is such monumental expressiveness.

Even the expressiveness at 100db is effective in this.

At night, when I’m listening to it in a tatami mat room, the sound can’t be heard in the room next to me. I listen to it at a low volume, but it still has a good, strong sound.

My sound experience has changed so much with this speaker stand.

Thanks as always!

From Pro Cable: The 8000m elevation is written in the introduction section for the speaker stand, and it’s real.

At least, its the sound at the elevation where you might feel like saying "that’s scary!" several times.

So it’s not a 3000m-high mountain. If you take an ordinary hike up to a 3000m peak, you would only think, “how scary!” maybe once when the weather conditions were bad.

There are probably a lot of people who think that with a mere speaker stand you probably can’t achieve such a result, but as this customer’s testimonial says, such a result is entirely true.

I believe even just a speaker stand, one that can turn the logical structure of the acoustics of in-room acoustics on its head, can be solid proof that even an elevation of 8000m is possible.

Comments from No 6: Awesome comment from a user that has heard the sound!

Subject: Amazing!!

Dear Pro Cable Team,

Greetings. This is ○○ from Kobe.

I received “’The ultimate solution for acoustics stand” on Friday.

I used luan plywood of 900mm x 900mm x 21mm, which I bought at a home goods store, and eighteen 300mm x 300mm x 30mm concrete boards with the white granite-tone surface lamination, which were given to me by a building material shop I personally knew.

At my home, since the baseboard at the bottom of the wall was high, the total thickness of the luan plywood and concrete plate totaled 51mm, but I didn’t have any problem setting the speakers at the appropriate angles of inclination.

It would be better for the plywood to be thinner if your baseboard is low.

I kept setting up the stands and speakers with the help of the drawing on your homepage that showed me the locations of the stands. They eventually settled down about 6cm further back as a whole due to the low ceiling after I made fine adjustments to the height of each stand by using a telescoping fishing rod.

At last, it was time for the first sound check.

Wow!!! This is… what!!!???

“Amazing!!!” is the only word I could think of (haha).

The entire room becomes surrounded by sound as if the speakers weren’t even there

Even if you search the room for a listening point, you won’t be able to find one unless you get extremely close to the speakers.

Does this mean so-called sound barrier is set up?

This presence, the realistic sensation, the grandeur… it is too superb. It’s from a different dimension.

Lying on a couch, listening with my eyes closed, I feel as if I was laying down and listening in the center seat on the first floor of a concert hall.

I had desperately been seeking Pro Cable specs, the cutting edge F1 specs in acoustics, but for what? I recall, with some emotion, that there was a time I used 200 meters of AE cable after a long process of trial and error…

With my system fully equipped, I firmly believed I couldn’t have any better sound, but…

I soon realized that I was focusing on what accounted for only 20% of sound quality.

Now, those days are just pleasant old memories – they don’t bother me at all anymore.

But the sound I have now would never have existed without tinkering with the 20% of the sound quality that is accounted for by all the audio equipment, sound source, power supply, and cable.

In that sense, it’s true that I haven’t cut corners pursuing the best sound to date.

In addition, I believe I was correct in daring to select silver for the stand. The color of the concrete plate of granite-tone underneath is close to that of the stand, and it goes perfectly with coal-black JRX 115. It looks great.

Thank you very much.

From Pro Cable: It’s already been expressed in the contents of this comment.

This customer has created a perfect barrier in his room.

I think this setup and this customer’s comments properly express the potential power of the final answer for acoustics. In actuality, it was difficult to express the reality of the difference between 75% and 80% just using numbers without someone providing an easy-to-understand explanation. If you just try to force the numbers on people, you won’t really be doing anything more than hoping they can feel the 80% drop through auditory sensation – but it’s actually like transporting oneself to another dimension.

Also, I spoke with this customer on the phone and found out that granite plates, compared to the pictures I provided of the concrete plates in the product description, are closer to silver, and pretty much make the JBL JRX116 look as if it’s floating in space. However, the sound could very well be improved by using the three concrete plate method instead.

Comments from client 7: This speaker stand has me trembling!

My speaker stand and step-down isolation transformer have arrived.

Dear Pro Cable,

Good evening.

This is ○○.

As the title suggests, I received my two products as expected with almost no wait.

Before I construct the 200v power source, which Im planning this weekend, I tried setting up the speaker stand.

Then I tried listening to it.

I was speechless…

The sound easily surpassed SACDs.

I could hear every sound without interference from standing waves.

I used to notice some kind of cloudiness in the middle and low range, but is has now disappeared. The change in the bass drum is especially remarkable.

I can hear the sounds created by the beaters on the kick drum when they hit the drum head.

I used to hear sound as if it came from the speakers, but with this speaker stand, it feels like live music is available right in front of me.

I am listening to Tannhäuser played by Karajan and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

I can just see Karajan conducting the orchestra with gusto!

This is indeed a great hardware.

I am sure that Ill be even more surprised at the sound quality when the electrical work is finished this weekend and I can use the step-down isolation transformer.

Anyway, Im still shaking from this incredible sound, and I just cant stop.

Listening to the music is fantastic, isnt it?

From Pro Cable: This customer has reported vividly experiencing a bodily rise using just a 100V power source. I think it’s safe to say that this customer has also taken extraordinary care to choose cable and amplifier types. Plus, he has purchased step down isolation, and when he adds that in, he’s likely to reach that 8000m peak level.

Comments from Mr. 8: Used paperbacks as stacking blocks for my Sound Barrier!

Dear Pro Cable,

My name is ○○.

I gave stacking blocks a try for my Tour-X Sound Barrier.

I had to move my speaker last week while my air conditioner was being worked on, and when it was over, before I moved it back in place, I took it as a chance to try something.

It was just a matter of stacking some paperbacks, so I didn’t intend on getting it right. I went about it lightly like, “well, it would be more effective to try than not to try.”

From the left to right corner of my room there are concrete posts that jut out about every 70cm, but I placed the speakers in between them to roughly make up for the lack of distance between the wall and the woofer (precision of just a few mm), and when I turned on the sound…

It was better than I imagined! So this is what the missing 80% of acoustics sounds like.

When I listened to it, I was reminded of the sound I heard in the Osaka shop last year.

I have entered the realm of having the entire wall as a speaker.

I quickly felt the effects of the bass that were lacking before.

The speaker sits directly on the floor, so I can feel the vibrations all the way to my toes. The base and the sides are situated in the corners, so the precision isn’t perfect, but even still it’s on a better level than it’s ever been before.

The sound had become sharp, so I adjusted the focus by cutting 1.5cm off the 8470. Because of the paperback stand (lol), the opening under the speaker is narrow, so to counter the vibrations, I used stuff like concrete plates. I’d imagine if I put a stand from your company there, it would be even sharper.

The clear difference in sound between my computer and iPhone is what prompted my LAN cable purchase. I’ve realized again the importance of using the right settings.

I’m sure I’ll be needing more from you guys in the future.

Thank you very much.

2013/08/20 ○○

From Pro Cable: It is the acoustic barrier that provides such an amazing sound with the paperback blocks in this setup.

It’s true that the paperback barrier prevents the emission of sound from below the bottom face of the speaker, and even with that you can get a complete result.

Guaranteed, the real speaker stand has even more power, but even so, I’ve been thinking lately that the acoustic barrier from the block creates a remarkable sound (10 out of 10 people agree), so it’s probably pretty good.

Comments from Mr. 9: Is the barrier acoustic system dark matter!?

Those who have already reached the answer may not be surprised, but the power of acoustic environments recommended by your shop is indeed dark energy, or dark matter.

I am afraid that none of the Nobel Prize laureates in the world could reach

the answer, but end up finding its "existence," even though they have struggled to find the answer throughout their lifetimes.

What is suggested by the setup of the barrier acoustic system and other systems for professional use seems to be a truth beyond the extent of human knowledge.

Thanks to your speaker stand, and with a small investment, we can manipulate the dark energy and make it ours.

There is no better alternative for listening to music.

I am also confident in my sound source.

You can enjoy the worlds highest-level sounds with a MacBook Pro and DA converter. Even a MacBook without anything extra would bring sound beyond expectation for beginners.

Comments from Mr. 10: Can this even be possible?

Title: The Power and Strength of the Barrier Stand

Thanks for everything you do. I’m ○○ from Kawasaki City.

Yesterday my barrier stand, Sorbothane pads, and my Mogami headphone cable arrived. Thank you.

The other day, someone sold me my first 38cm JRX115 woofer for cheap. Now, I’ve come to fully understand what the folks at Pro Cable meant when they said you can’t call it audio unless it’s a 38cm woofer.

Since I got the woofer, I’ve followed the path others have set before me by myself by reading the “Demons Gate Corner” of your webpage. The best of everyone’s know-how gained from their trial and error is on this page, so I know that I can achieve good results with it. I truly want to say thank you.

I didn’t do crossover, but I clamp-cut an AE line, adjusting it 1.2mm, and then spliced them together (For the time being, I used paperbacks to mimic the barrier stand). I enjoyed hearing the sound get better and better.

The power of the barrier stand, the final answer in acoustics, was so amazing that it was as if everything around me was refreshed in only a moment!

After reading through the comments, I was ready to be considerably surprised, but the complete transformation left me momentarily blind and speechless…

I was like, “Is this even possible?” (lol)

I thought so even though there was a crossbeam and a column in the way of part of it, there were no concrete plates in place, and the stand sat right on top of the Sorbothane pads.

I call it a “drastic transformation” because of the incredible sound that made me doubt whether it had come from the same equipment and speakers.

Anyway, the way that the sound came out and surrounded me and the delicate way in which the reverberation disappears, I can only agree with everyone’s feedback in the comments.

I didn’t change the equipment - this amazing change is different than any type of transformation I’ve experienced before.

Honestly, it’s like all the knowledge I built up until this point was instantly solidified. My wisdom has risen high to 5000m.

I’m looking forward to more cable splicing.

You’ll have to excuse me for my excitement (lol).

In few days, I’m going to send you an email about my Mogami headphone cables (I’ve got a few of thoughts on these too).

Thanks for such a great piece of equipment! I’ll write back soon.

Pro Cable’s Closing Comments:

This is quite a selection of impressive comments. I think we’re pretty complete with the comments from these 10 customers, so we’ll leave it here for now.

That ought to do it.

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