Why use speaker stands?
Bookshelf Speaker Stands
When speakers are placed on a floor or against a wall, their sonic output becomes “connected” to the floors and/or walls. This results in sound that is muddy, distorted and lacking in clarity. This type of placement also causes sound from the speakers to transfer into your audio/ video furniture as well as to other audio and home theatre components, further reducing overall sonic performance.
Not only does the speaker’s sound suffer, but neighbours and other family members will as well. How ? When the speaker sound gets in to the floors and walls, others will hear it almost as loudly as you do.The solution is to isloate your speakers from floors and walls, essentially ”disconnecting” the speaker’s sound from your room.
Tono SoundStands elevate and isolate speakers from floors and walls. Where appropriate, center posts are fillable to help minimise resonances and provide added stability. Isolation pads are included to further dampen vibrations and unwanted resonances. Sound is clearer and cleaner with much better imaging and greater sense of relaism. For dramatically superior sound and unsurpassed value, look no further than Tono HF B101 speaker stands. SOUNDS GOOD doesn’t it?
Home Theatre Speaker Stands
When a home theatre speaker is placed on wall hanging on nails it not only restricts the position of your speakers but also causes loss in sound due to loose fitting. The home theatre experience can be brought to life when the speakers are positioned at your ear level. Also the arrangement needs to be in specific angles for 2.1, 5.1 and 7.1 Systems. But once you hook the speaker on those nails or any non-adjustable mount your seating position is going to be fixed and this where speaker stands fall in to place.
Even if you plan to re-arrange your living room some time later there will not be a need to unhook the speaker and fill those holes, just move the stands which hides your wires without messing around much.