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Stillpoints Aperture Acoustic Panel

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Stillpoints Aperture Acoustic Panel

Acoustic Room Treatment that focuses music and voice without room boundary interruption.

The Stillpoints Aperture acoustic treatments are uniquely designed to absorb a broad range of frequency reflections from bass to highs. They are very powerful, so you do not need to invest in a dozen, three or four usually do more than 10 or more of competing absorbers/diffusers. You can get them with oak, cherry or walnut frames with white, black or cream fabric.

  • Choose from three natural wood frame species: Light Oak, Cherry, or Black Walnut. 

  • Match with one of three fabric colors: Cream, Black, or White 

  • Choose one of three optional fabrics from the Simon Marsh Print Collection. Simon Marsh Photography is on display in every issue of HiFi+ magazine.

  • Submit your own image that is not copyright protected (optional extra).


    Standard Aperture wood/insert combinations are Light Oak/Cream, Cherry/Cream, and Black Walnut/Black. The Standard offerings are stocked by Stillpoints. Any other wood species/insert combinations are considered custom orders and require additional lead time and possible upcharge.

    You can for an additional charge have non-copyrighted art printed onto the fabric of the Aperture. This is a dye sublimation process that actually dyes the fabric, so that there is no acoustical degredation of the Aperture.

    Using the Stillpoints Aperture in your room


    In small to medium rooms we recommend starting with 3 panels. One placed on the wall behind the loudspeakers centered between them with the bottom edge at midrange tweeter height. The other two panels are placed at the first reflection points flanking either loudspeaker at the side walls. Again the bottom edge should be about midrange or tweeter height.

    Manufacturer's Website STILLPOINTS

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    Stillpoints Apertures Specifications:

    • Choose from three natural wood frame species: Light Oak, Cherry, or Black Walnut. 
    • Match with one of three fabric colors: Cream, Black, or White 
    • Choose one of three optional fabrics from the Simon Marsh Print Collection. Simon Marsh Photography is on display in every issue of HiFi+ magazine.
    • Submit your own image that is not copyright protected (Optional).

    Please find review below

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    STILLPOINTS Apertures awarded " Most Wated Component 2015 " by Stereo Times Magazine

    Complete review below

    http://v2.stereotimes.com/post/stillpoints-aperture-acoustic-panels/

       

     STILLPOINTS Apertures Room Acoustic Panels reviewed by " HIFI Plus " Magazine Issue 127, September 2015

    Complete review Here

    http://www.audioaficionado.org/stillpoints/28541-interesting-stillpoints-review.html

    " AV Showrooms " Youtube Video Review

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1dzNMkWuqg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihwYBJwYBo0

    STEREOPHILE " Magazine Review , by Michael Fremer . See review below

    “ Now for a more conventional room acoustics tuning product. Along with an ESS equipment rack, Stillpoints’ Bruce Jacobs brought over for review four Aperture Room Treatments, which he says were designed by the acoustician who invented Sonex panels. Each attractive Aperture is a panel offabric stretched over a wooden frame; it measures 22" by 22" by 3 weighs 14 lbs, and costs $650. The Apertures don’t share the exotic contours of some other room treatments, but their effect in my room was dramatic: almost a sonic black hole. Jacobs placed two Apertures, one atop the other, on the waist-high wall ledge between the speakers (they can 1⁄8" thick, also be hung). Despite the fact that my room had already been well treated with Synergistic’s HFT and FEQ devices, the Stillpoints made the boundary seem to disappear, greatly enhancing center-image stability, solidity, and focus—areas where I’d thought no improvements were possible. A second pair of Apertures, placed on the fl oor against the wall to the side of each speaker, removed the sense of there being any sidewalls at all. While RPG’s Skylines had made a modest improvement, the Stillpoints Apertures produced a truly dramatic and positive change in the sound. Your dealer should let you take some home to try out. If your experience with them is like mine, you won’t return them. “ – Michael Fremer, STEREOPHILE Magazine 2015