Personal Comparison ISO-L8R200 Vs Primacoustic RX7 Recoil Stabilizers
Ive had the pleasure of testing these against the primacoustic recoil stabilizers, and am still a little torn between them. The tiebreaker (for me) was the adjustable height of these compared to the primacoustics. I found that the adjustability of the iso-l8r200's were somewhat essential to my personal setup; however, don't get me wrong, the primacoustics are AWESOME as well! Could I say that one is THAT MUCH better than the other? It's honestly hard to say. IMO, it depends on what you are looking for.
I had the primacoustics for a little over a week and was honestly VERY pleased with them. The sound was obviously a clear improvement from MOPADS (which don't get me wrong are also an awesome investment considering their pricetag), and the bass was noticeably much tighter and the sound more crisp; however, I decided to make the switch due to the funky height issue I was having with my speaker monitors in relation to my listening position. If my monitors could sit right in relation to my head, then yes I would have kept the primacoustics; however, I had chosen the iso-l8r's as I felt that the adjustability may be useful in the long run as I tend to move from my current place. The sound from the isol8rs does sound very clean. Furthermore, theyre slightly cheaper than the primacoustics and look pretty shwag. And agian, the adjustability of them was key in my case.
All in all, either way you choose, both are INCREDIBLE improvements to your monitors. They both do as they say. They improve decoupling from your desk which is ultimately what you want.
But if you have sufficient room in your studio, and have the funds to spend, I would recommend pairing the primacoustics with a nice pair of monitor stands. I feel that would be a great combo but thats just my opinion.
But if you have a limited setup/space and/or need the adjustability, then definitely choose the isol8rs. I am very glad I had invested in these, and plus I had $50 to save. Well enough of my rambling, and choose one! Either way you go you'll honestly be happy you did.