Professional Studio Monitor Isolator/Stabilizer
- Enhances transient response and imaging
- Tightens up the bass for greater accuracy
- Eliminates resonance and phase anomalies
- Improves translation to other audio systems
The Recoil Stabilizer is a nearfield monitor platform that incorporates four different elements to create the whole. This includes:
- Retention padThin no-slip neoprene surface secures the nearfield monitor to the top surface for maximum signal transfer.
- Steel platformLaser cut ¼” (6mm) steel platform adds the necessary stabilizing mass to rigidly hold the nearfield monitor in place.
- Curved front panelCurved front panel eliminates standing waves and adds mass to the platform without increasing the footprint.
- Isolation foamHigh density open cell acoustic foam provides acoustic isolation to eliminate coupling between loudspeaker and shelf.
Recoil Stabilizers are available in a variety of sizes and weights to coincide with various monitors being produced today. Use the table below to determine the best Recoil for your monitor.
Primacoustic Recoil Stabilizer RX20-HF
- 20" x 13" (508mm x 330mm)
- 88 lbs (40 kg)
- 2.625" (67.5mm)
- 17" x 17" (432mm x 432mm)
- 88lbs (40kg)
- 2.625" 67.5 mm
- 20" x 22" (508mm x 559mm)
- 144lbs (65kg)
- 2.625" (67.5mm)
The DF or down-fire model introduces a 5º degree angle to compensate for the added 2" (5cm) height that the Recoil Stabilizer will introduce when put in position. This is often a good choice when the near fields are used on a meter bridge or elevated shelf that cannot be adjusted.
The HF is designed to fire sound straight on, in a horizontal plane. This makes the HF an ideal choice for adjustable monitor stands and custom mounting in soffits or shelves where the added 2" height is desired. This is also the preferred format for isolating subwoofers.
Up-fire Recoils are designed for post-production suites where monitors are often placed directly on a desktop. These introduce a more acute 10º angle that better directs the tweeter to the listening position. The up-fire angle can also be handy for smaller near field monitor when placed alongside larger ones when sharing the same shelf.