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Listener's Comments

As quoted by Ernie Fisher, Editor from The Inner Ear Report -- "Folks with spiked loudspeakers, regardless of make should replace the spikes with Audio Points, for the audible benefits here are considerable and quite appreciable".

1.5AP-View Details for Model Numbers

Price: $ 42.99

Model # Thread
1.5AP-A 1/4" - 20 .375" 1.5" .750"
1.5AP-B 5/16" - 18 .375" 1.5" .750"
1.5AP-F 10 - 32 .375" 1.5" .750"
1.5AP-E 8mm - 1.25 .375" 1.5" .750"
1.5AP-J 6mm - 1.00 .375" 1.5" .750"


The primary use for this group of Audio Points™ is to improve loudspeaker performance and speaker stand up-grades. The materials generally used to elevate speakers and stands off the floor are hardened steels, lead and/or aluminum. High quality soft brass combined with applied physics employing our geometrical formula will conduct resonance at a much faster rate than that of other materials previously mentioned.

Audio Points methodology focuses on the multiple amplitudes of Coulomb's Friction (properties of resonance formed from vibration) and rapidly transfers them through the tip of the Audio Point to the greater mass or grounding plane below.

Much time was spent researching and creating the specialized 'tip' for the Audio Point. Not only is the tip engineered to focus and force energy's flow, in addition the tip is designed to spread out fibers penetrating the most difficult of carpeting materials.

Additional Benefits:

Simply replacing the spike with the brass Audio Point™ creates a "live" tighter sounding loudspeaker. Listeners are amazed at the sonic improvement once the speaker is relieved from the detrimental effects of resonance problems (see LIVE-VIBE Technology™ for an advanced technical understanding).

With the generous quantity of thread sizes available there is one to fit most loudspeakers and stands. If you have a problem determining the thread or sizes to use, telephone us and we will be happy to assist and answer all of your questions.

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