Having previously owned the more expensive Partington stands but now owning 47 Lab Lens speakers which are very light, i was looking for a suitable speaker stand.
I had a few pairs of stands around the house including Acoustic Energy AE1 MK111 stands (£500).
Due the the what hi-hi review and my own knowledge of Partingon stands i purchased the little Ansa stands.
On first handling them i thought there was no way on earth they could match their big brothers. How wrong was i !!
They are a superb little speaker stand, especially for the smaller standmount. I was stunned, they outgunned the Atacama stands easily and although lighter in the bass than the £500 AE stands, i felt outperformed them also for clarity and detail. There was certainly not a £400 difference between them.
I agree with the review, for the price they are stunning stands. In fact amazing little stands.
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