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Anyone here use Vibrapods?

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Barry (NJ):
I grabbed a bunch of these to try.
If you sift through the various adds, you can find them for about $1.
Haven't tried them under equipment yet, but they fly well :D

Barry (NJ):
There are some other threads on this as well...

https://www.audionervosa.com/index.php?topic=3495

https://www.audionervosa.com/index.php?topic=1385

https://www.audionervosa.com/index.php?topic=5155

jimbones:
I neglected to say that this is mainly for electronics, in this case a phonostage.

Response Audio:
If the phono stage does not have any damping material inside it, you can use either the coupling or decoupling. I have been using Tenderfeet (decoupling) for years under our Purity products.
If your phono stage already has damping material, I would stick with decoupling which I recommend for phono stages. I Would not mix decoupling  (damping material) with coupling (cones and bearings).

rollo:

--- Quote from: Response Audio on February 20, 2020, 08:17:57 AM ---If the phono stage does not have any damping material inside it, you can use either the coupling or decoupling. I have been using Tenderfeet (decoupling) for years under our Purity products.
If your phono stage already has damping material, I would stick with decoupling which I recommend for phono stages. I Would not mix decoupling  (damping material) with coupling (cones and bearings).

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  Good advice. Jim footers have different results in sonics. For a TT the most affective way of decoulping is a wood sandbox [ which you can make ] filled with Playsand and a wood plinth [ maple] sitting on sand. The sandbox shold be decoulped from shelf. I recommend Mapleshade cork and rubber footers for that. Make it you will be very happy.

charles

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