Isolation Footers on Spatial M3TM

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jseymour

Isolation Footers on Spatial M3TM
« on: 1 Dec 2017, 01:29 am »
I had been researching isolation footers and it is this review which convinced me to buy the Isoacoustic’s Gaia III isolation footers:  http://hifipig.com/isoacoustics-gaia-iii-isolation-footers/.  I installed them on my M3TMs a week ago.    I strongly recommend this upgrade or any other good isolation footers to owners of a M3 or M4 series speaker that has the metal struts.  It did not take any careful listening to hear the tightened bass, more concise sound stage/imaging and increased clarity and detail.  It did everything the article said.

The other benefits are it raised the speaker by 1¾” and the speakers can no longer be easily moved.  They are now gripping the wood floor.  They use the ¼-20 studs (thank you Clayton for answering that question on a weekend).  If you have carpeting, I saw Crutchfield has carpet spikes that go under the Gaia III:  https://www.crutchfield.com/S-Ye9E1IDmAHu/p_892GAIASP3/IsoAcoustics-GAIA-III-Carpet-Spikes.html
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targa02

Re: Isolation Footers on Spatial M3TM
« Reply #1 on: 1 Dec 2017, 09:24 pm »
I have heard the demo of the IsoAcoustics products at 3 audio shows, usually with Focal speakers.  The difference they make is not subtle.  My current speakers have isolation footers built into them already, so I have not purchased the footers yet, but, I will be purchasing Spatial Lumina speakers  :thumb: and, at the same time, I will be purchasing the IsoAcoustics GAIA product.