Sonic Fiber Studio Monitor Stands

Sonic Fiber Studio Monitor Stands

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In most cases, stands are an essential part of any studio monitor setup. They position monitors at the ideal height and angle while reducing unwanted vibrations from physical contact Read More

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RayF
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Apr 14, 2021
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cheese528
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Feb 10, 2021
The Gator Framework equivalents mentioned have a bottom plate of 10"x10". This one claims to be a 10x4. The photos also seem to show that it may be similarly as narrow. I have another brand that I bought that has a 10x10 top and bottom plate so it's a bit too wide for my JBL305's. I am hoping this one is more narrow. Can anyone confirm what the dimensions (top and bottom plate) are?
The listing is wrong, there will be an adjustment soon! The actual base dimensions are about 12 x 9
cheese528
7
Feb 10, 2021
Thanks for the info. Do you know if the top plate is also 12x9 or something else?
Zeos
629
Feb 9, 2021
I have a set of these, along with the clamping and tall ones. They are very commercial. They work but are not super stable. I think they do the job but are also HUGE for a normal desk or pair of speakers. Pay attention to the dimensions.
MechEng
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Feb 8, 2021
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RayF
26458
Jan 1, 2021
Wondering if I can use these to lift up the front end of my 1947 Ferrari 125 S, while I change the oil?
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cooljoe123
52
Feb 13, 2021
Ray, every time I read one of your strange pseudo-solliloquies I find myself repeating the same sentiments in my own life. You have succeeded in your parasitic invasion of my mind fuzz.
RayF
26458
Feb 13, 2021
You have my sympathies.
RayF
26458
Dec 30, 2020
Purchased similar looking floor stands for my JBL monitors—no particular improvements to sound quality, but they sure did ugly-up the place. I’d expect similar performance from these.
MacaqueNRV
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Feb 8, 2021
I love having you in the comments : everytime I start to get tempted by useless stuff you're there to bring me back on earth. Thanks for that !
mblindsey
3
Dec 30, 2020
These look similar to the “Gator Frameworks Desktop Studio Monitor and Speaker Stand” found on other sites. Are they the same thing under a different brand?
flea
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Jan 2, 2021
Very similar like the same.
thomas.bui
27
Dec 29, 2020
Would these work with JBL LSR 305s?
thomas.bui
27
Dec 30, 2020
I built a long monitor riser to raise the speakers up and declutter. They were at chest level before but now they are right around chin level and I noticed it was there was more clarity. I was hoping that raising it up just a little bit more would help make it even more clear but now you have me second guessing. lol
RayF
26458
Dec 31, 2020
Can’t hurt anything but the ascetics ;- )
LWNYC
299
Dec 29, 2020
Make sure your desk or table, especially those A/C powered can support another 100 pounds of speakers in addition to the weight of these stands. My IKEA powered desk had trouble with too much weight.
RayF
26458
Feb 9, 2021
Hey--I have an IKEA desk too!
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LWNYC
299
Feb 9, 2021
Nib-man!
MechEng
279
Dec 29, 2020
What is the size of the upper plate, how are you suppose to know what sizes this can fit?
MechEng
279
Feb 9, 2021
What do you think about floor mount stand vs clamp mounting? I feel that clamping to a desk alone is not good for isolation, putting flat based on a desk is is better, mounting on full stand off the desk is best...Looking at the Gator brand, some models are sold out.
RayF
26458
Feb 9, 2021
I think if there is a benefit to be had from isolation, the maximum benefit would probably come from floor standing units. However, there are a lot of contingencies involved. I wrote about my experiences with floor standing units here: https://drop.com/buy/sonic-fiber-sf-smfs-studio-monitor-floor-stands/talk/2766342?utm_source=linkshare&referer=B2BDHC But to answer you question, I'm guessing the desk stands in this drop are reasonably well built and do what they claim. The question I would ask is do you really need them? Depends on your speakers and your desk and maybe to music you listen to. Regardless of the method (clamped to your desk, or free standing on your desk), the weak link is the platform (you desk in this case) the speakers are resting on. I have a heavy desk and my speakers are mounted on the OEM rubber feet they came with. I don't have isolation problems with that set up. If you chose the clamp on stands, the surface area you clamp to becomes the issue--the thinner and lighter the surface (the desk) the less efficient the set up becomes. Generally, you can't beat the floor for the best stability, but I'll admit, not all floors are created equal! In a studio environment, none of that stuff is an issue--the tables, racks and platforms are all heavy-duty, and purpose-built. That's not always the case in your room or study. In the end, I decided speaker stands didn't offer any real benefit to me (no improvement to sound quality, no improvement to convenience (the desk space I saved was marginal), and aesthetically , they were no help at all (they're clunky, easy to trip over and a pain to vacuum or sweep around). Still, if I were you, and was sure I needed stands, I'd opt for the Desktop versions over the Clamp-on models--I think as your environment changes/evolves, you'll find the Desktop stands to be the most versatile/flexible units. But remember, I telling you all this as the guy with a nice pair of floor stands collecting dust in the garage ;- )
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