As it says in the review: "The sound they facilitate is crisp, rapid and wide-screen, with prodigious detail and ample attack."
Note the use of the word "facilitate": we're talking about how they bring out the best in the speakers placed upon them, not how the stands themselves sound.
The team would've tested a BS speaker on a not so well made stand and on the QV60e, and defintely the attack and bass missing from the cheap stand would have stood out in the QV60. Now, pls shift your camp, thans.
Wow, thanks team.
With all due respect, can somebody please explain to me as to what do ‘prodigious detail and ample attack’ have to do with a speaker stand???
Dear WHF team, you did appreciate that the stand looks great, it is built of quality materials and finally, it is rigid enough to serve its purpose in life, i.e. ... surprise... to support a speaker... But ‘attack’, ‘detail’ and the rest of it have little to do with the stand as such, wouldn’t you agree?
These terms get misused left right and centre these days. Take any A/V review posted on any trusted and not so resource about any hi-fi component or accessory and it will all be about ‘attack’, ‘refinement’ and ‘detail’. Well, apparently now even the speaker stands ‘facilitate attack’...
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