What Hi Fi Sound and Vision Fri, 29 Jul 2011, 11:36am

Stands Unique Sound Support

Tested at £330
80100
4

This Stands Unique rack is an ideal buy for those with bass-heavy kit

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For

  • Helps kit subtle and detailed
  • good price

Against

  • Bass light
  • complex to build
This dainty wood and glass rack isn’t the easiest in the world to build – there’s a fair amount of alignment to be done – but it looks good in a stylish yet traditional way.
Budget rack with bass-taming powers
The Stands Unique endowed our kit with an agile delivery and a good feel for subtlety and detail. Those seeking bass weight won’t find it here in spades, though, so this rack would work best with kit with a prominent bottom-end.
However, it offers a lot for the price, and while the sound does get confused at times, there’s no walking away from the fact its £140 cheaper than our current Award-winning Podium. If you’re working 
to a budget, and want something to 
do a more than adequate job, look no further.

This dainty wood and glass rack isn’t the easiest in the world to build – there’s a fair amount of alignment to be done – but it looks good in a stylish yet traditional way.

The Stands Unique endowed our kit with an agile delivery and a good feel for subtlety and detail. 

Budget rack with bass-taming powers
Those seeking bass weight won’t find it here in spades, though, so this rack would work best with kit with a prominent bottom-end.

However, it offers a lot for the price, and while the sound does get confused at times, there’s no walking away from the fact its £140 cheaper than our current Award-winning Podium. 

If you’re working to a budget, and want something to do a more than adequate job, look no further.

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