Hear Room-Filling, Amazingly Lifelike Sound From Small Speakers
Only low-to-the-floor mounting can make bookshelf/monitor speakers sound so huge, warm and transparent. Conventional tweeter-at-ear-level stands actually make monitors sound thin and small. The taller the stand, the more this worsens. Bedrocks' on-the-floor adjustable tiltback positioning, combined with solid air-dried maple base and heavy vibration-draining brass footers, yield amazing transients and details. Percussion and piano attacks gain startling potency. Above all, bass power and articulation improve dramatically—enough to consider crossing subwoofers off your wish list. The soundstage image floats well above the floor and can be precisely adjusted for seamless on-screen integration in home cinema systems.
Try A Simply Experiment
To hear for yourself the benefits of the Bedrock low mounting approach, try a simple experiment: listen to one of your favorite tracks with your speakers sitting on the floor in front of their current stands, tilted back with a small wood or metal block under the front in order to aim the tweeter slightly above your ear. If your floor is carpeted, lay down a heavy plank or cutting board first. Next, put the speakers back on their stands and listen to the same track again. You'll find the extra bottom end convincing even though this rough and ready test only lets you hear about half of the bass improvement you'll get from Bedrocks and none of the extra treble and midrange clarity.