Jon Myles reviews the IsoAcoustics Aperta isolation stands in the October 2015 issue of Hi-Fi World, and reports:
“Instruments higher up the scale also had more air around them – the strike of a plectrum on the guitar chords sounding more insistent and less smeared. In a sense it as though the speakers are being given room to breath and allow the music to flow with a more natural rhythm.
Switching to the massive orchestral power of Berlioz’s ‘Te Deum’ the Apertas opened up the soundstage to give a better appreciation of the sheer scale of the piece. This wasn’t just a subtle improvement but a clear enhancement of the sound – and one that was repeated on all forms of music ranging from small-scale acoustic jazz to bombastic hard rock.”