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GAIA II is designed for floor standing speakers weighing up to 120 lbs (54Kg). Finished in an elegant machined dark chrome metal housing, the GAIA II incorporates IsoAcoustics’ patented design principles to deliver extraordinary acoustic results.
GAIA II provides a high degree of isolation while resisting lateral movement and oscillations to maintain alignment with the listening position. Internal reflections from the hard-supporting surface are attenuated resulting in greater sound clarity and openness.
'The sound stage blossoms to open up a three-dimensional image of natural, spatial sound.'
Optimal results are achieved by installing the GAIA isolators with the logo facing the listening position, or rotated 180 degrees, to align the isolators with the speaker’s motive forces. Lift and place the speakers into position as the GAIA lower isolators will adhere to the supporting surface.
Designed for floor standing speakers weighing up to 120 lbs or 54kg, the GAIA II will provide more openness and clarity, while reducing structural borne noise. The GAIA II has a height of 26mm and includes M8, M6 and ¼-20 thread sizes.
Designed for a wide variety of floor standing speakers with a maximum weight of 120lbs (54kg). Alternative threaded studs provided in M8, M6 and ¼ -20.
I had some Gaia III which weren't working as they should with my over the limit speakers. The Gaia II work perfectly, highly recommended to anyone with speakers over the 32kg limit for the Gaia III. Great service from Analogue Seduction as always.
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Opens up the sound, clean bass, bit pricey though but overall an improvement!
I'm still getting used to the sound after installing but they do seem to have deepened the 3D stage, improved the clarity of each instrument and brought out extra emotion in the vocals. My speakers are heavy so they were hard to install and the retaining rings are hard to adjust -- long nose pliers essential. Difficult to get those rings to stay tight against the feet and the speaker base but maybe they don't need to be super-tight. So comparing by going back to the spikes is not something I'm going to do, not to mention getting the Gaias adjusted so that the speakers are level. I'm right at the max weight recommended for the Gaia II – however, right now I wouldn't go up to the Gaia I which is twice the price. But overall I'd definitely say worth the money.
I listened to A-B comparisons on youtube and it sound promising. Ordered 2 sets for my Focal Aria 936. The speakers now sound clearer more precise better highs, mids and lows. All promises delivered! Highly recommend. Ordered now the GAIA III for my sub.
Anything but subtle improvements to sound quality, clean, sharply defined images and bigger soundstage. Almost like a new component being introduced.
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