IsoAcoustics' ISO-PUCK is designed to isolate speakers and amplifiers in a highly discrete manner, having an extremely low profile, with a height of only 1.18 inches (3cm/30mm) (down to just under an inch (2.5cm/25mm) when in use.) Just 2.3 inches (6cm/60mm) in diameter, the ISO-PUCK’s round shape makes it flexible enough to be ideally positioned on any surface, including the narrow spaces atop a meter bridge.
ISO-PUCKs are highly scalable, designed to be used in multiples to match the weight of each speaker or amplifier. With a weight bearing capability of 20lbs. for each puck, 3 or 4 of them can be combined to support the weight of the particular product requiring isolation. Repositioning is also simplified with the rounded ISO-PUCK, with the IsoAcoustics logo defining the front of the unit, allowing them to be configured and turned easily to suit the supporting surface.
The multipart isolation construction of the ISO-PUCK allows it to move to isolate and manage the energy, using the same patented IsoAcoustics concepts as other acclaimed IsoAcoustics products. ISO-PUCK features a flange suction cup on the top which adheres to the speaker or top surface, as well as a bottom suction cup flange which adheres to the supporting surface, with a sliver ring around the bottom of the isolator to maintain shape. The energy is transferred to the core of the multipart isolator in between – resisting lateral movement and offering superior isolation – resulting in markedly improved clarity, 3-dimensional openness, and uncolored sound.
“IsoAcoustics is very pleased to debut the new ISO-PUCK, where we have taken our patented approach to managing energy and isolation and created a smaller, low-profile package with a round shape that can be positioned to suit a variety of surfaces,” says IsoAcoustics’ CEO Dave Morrison. “We are very proud to offer products like the ISO-PUCK which unleash superior clarity and performance. And you know how Canadians love pucks.”
The ISO-PUCK will be available at the end of Q1, 2017.