Our solid hardwood KEF LS50 II Wireless Speaker Stands deliver optimum acoustic performance, precision-engineered to complement KEF LS50 II Wireless Speakers and other KEF standmount models including the LS50 Meta. Pairing the innate qualities of solid hardwood with our exclusive SONISPIKE© isolation spike technology, the KEF LS50 II Wireless Speaker Stands decouple your speakers from the floor and enhance your listening experience, eliminating the detrimental effects of vibration, reflection and resonance to your listening experience.
Each pair of speaker stands comes with 8 absorbing dampers for the speaker to rest on, and 8 SONISPIKE© precision-engineered stainless steel isolation spikes.
Top Plate & Base Plate Dimensions
Top plate: 145x225mm
Base plate: 235x235mm
Most loudspeaker manufacturers have a point on the speaker that is the reference point, this could be where the tweeter is, or another nominated position. When you have established this, you can then work out the height of the speaker and stand to make sure this reference point is in line with your ear when listening to the music. This will enable you to get the best possible performance from the speaker.
The standard heights are 500, 600 and 700mm, which is the overall height from base of spikes to top of the absorbing dampers. We are also able to create KEF LS50 II Wireless Speaker Stands to any bespoke height, with up to 700mm available at no extra cost to meet your exact requirements.
Hardwoods & Finishes
The KEF LS50 II Wireless Speaker Stands are made from solid oak, and are available in multiple finishes: Satin Oak, Mahogany Stain, Walnut Stain, Cherry Stain, Satin Black, Gloss Black, Satin White and Gloss White.
The standard finish of the legs is the same as the top and base plinth, however you can choose to have these in a different finish for a stunning contrast - black legs are particularly popular.
These stands are sold in pairs
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