Melody House, distributors of Primacoustics have recently supplied the Dubai campus of the School of Audio Engineering (SAE) with the RX9 downfire stabilizers. SAE, which was established in 1976 has established a network of over 50 campuses around the world. Primacoustic is a manufacturer of acoustic materials of all types. With over 30 years experience in studio and live sound, and 15 years in acoustics, they have amassed a tremendous resource in the form of knowledge.
Designed for nearfield monitors, the Primacoustic Recoil Stabilizer is a unique speaker mounting device that at once eliminates disruptive resonant coupling from the loudspeaker to the stand, while providing a stable base that reduces the recoil caused by the forward energy of the loudspeaker motion. The stabilizers have received worldwide approval from engineers like Al Schmitt, Daniel Lanois, Roger Nichols, Dave Bottrill, Bruce Swedien, Eddie Kramer and many more.
"We initially tried the flat version but as their stands are quite high the downfire versions provided great results," commented Simon Short, acoustics specialist at Melody House. "We have sold quite a number of recoil stabilizers in the past few months as the difference is really audible. The best part is that they work on pretty much any studio monitor and straight out of the box."