Supplied as a pair.The Award Winning Nexus range of speaker stands offers excellent sonic characteristics as well as cable management as standard via one of the rear support tubes. This allows you to keep unsightly speaker cables away from view.
The stands are manufactured from heavy gauge carbon steel with high tensile fixings to maintain optimum rigidity and for improved performance Nexus come with Isolation Gel pads as standard. These pads help protect the base of your speaker, reduce the chance of slippage and create a dampening barrier to the speaker so improving sound quality. The top plate is manufactured from 4mm thick steel plate and carpet spikes are included. All Nexus speaker stands have identical standard top plates of 145mm wide by 180mm deep.
Overall Height (excluding Gel pads) 700mm (27.6"), Base Depth 300mm (11.8"), Base width 250mm (9.8").
Atacama recommend Atabite inert filler to achieve maximum sonic performance, up to 12.2KG can be used per pair.
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In order to get the best possible sound from your speaker stands, it is reccomended that the main columns are filled with a high density inert filler .This will reduce ringing and give a sonically dead platform from which to position bookshelf style speakers. By adjusting the amount of filler used, you can experiment to find the optimum amount of filler to suit your speakers .Featuring new zinc coated micro-discs, the NEW UPGRADED Atabite inert filler now gives increased density to volume over the old Atabite inert filler and has a uniformed particulate size giving consistant sonic performance. The Zinc coating reduces any oxidisation and degradation and enhances the visual aesthetics.
PLEASE NOTE- Atabites are supplied by weight, not volume. (7.5 KG tubs). Some settling of contents may occur in transit.
The maximum approximate weight of Atabites that can be used in the Nexus7i pair of stands is 12.2KG
Sonic results will depend on speaker stand positioning, type of speaker, room size, type of electronics and cabling, listening position and personal taste. However, as a general rule filling the stands approximately two thirds full generally gives the best results.