Isolate Your Hi-Fi Floorstanders The Right Way With GAIA

The popularity of Hi-Fi loudspeaker isolation has exploded. Now more than ever, audiophiles and listeners the world over are appreciating the importance of a properly decoupled underlying surface to ensure a solid soundstage and achieve flourishing openness in sound.

Armed with IsoAcoustics’ patented design technology, the GAIA and GAIA Titan isolators provide a low footprint, low profile and easy-to-fit solution which elevates and isolates your speakers up from any surface - be it slate, concrete, carpet or wood. In this knowledge article we present a short instructional refresher (presented by IsoAcoustics’ very own Sean Morrison) on the correct steps to get your brand new GAIA isolators installed.

Wait, I Don’t Have GAIA Yet

Then you’re in for a treat! Check out our product page for a list of authorised dealers across the UK. To decide between GAIA I, II, III or the Titan range (for larger speakers) head on over to the IsoAcoustics’ Calculator Tool and find your best fit by entering your speaker’s brand and model.

On To The Main Event...

The scope of IsoAcoustics’ instructional video is split into three main sections:

  • How to safely install the isolators onto your loudspeakers
  • Best practice for moving your speakers into the ideal listening position
  • How to install the optional carpet discs for thicker carpeted surfaces

We’ll let Sean take it from here...!

Watch on YouTube

Products In This Video

In this demonstration the following products are featured:

  • IsoAcoustics GAIA II isolators
  • Focal ARIA 926 Loudspeakers
  • M8 thread size (included with GAIA II as standard)
  • IsoAcoustics GAIA II carpet discs

If you’re following along at home but don’t know which thread size to use for your particular speaker, simply refer to the Iso Calculator Tool and enter your make and model to get the correct thread code required.

For any extra assistance or to locate your nearest IsoAcoustics dealer, contact the SCV Hi-Fi Sales Team via our online contact form!


IsoAcoustics GAIA Isolators featuring optional Carpet Disc attachments

 

  • Posted on 26 April 2019 by Roy Brockington