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Using four Tenderfoot isolation feet works very well with turntable parameters-- if necessary for leveling, the feet can be re-positioned under the table a little this way or that to accomplish leveling. Or, though scarcely ever really needed, one or more Tenderfeet can be shimmed with Post-It Pad paper, thin cardboard or felt. Once level, they shouldn't need to be re-adjusted. Tenderfoot isolation footerThough designed more specifically for loudspeaker isolation, Herbie's fully-adjustable Threaded Stud Gliders also do very well with most turntables. Threaded Stud GliderRobert HerbelinHerbie's Audio Lab
An UltraSonic Rx damping instrument on each tube should do very well and four Tenderfoot isolation feet underneath the amp.SteveHerbie's Audio Lab
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Hey Herbie, I am currently using a vibration control system from mapleshade which works great but is a little expensive. Your products seems competitively priced. What do your recommend for a Marantz 7702 processor and a Sony UHPH1 BR player? I am using a Sanus rack.
Robert HerbelinHerbie's Audio Lab
I recommend four TenderSoft Tenderfoot isolation feet for each component, with the Tenderfoot isolation feet in direct contact with the components' chassis (not underneath the stock feet). A SuperSonic Stabilizer or two atop each component in conjunction with the Tenderfeet would be additionally beneficial to damp both lower and upper chassis vibrations.Robert HerbelinHerbie's Audio Lab
OK, now I'm confused. I thought your name was Steve even though everyone likes to call you Herbie. Now Robert? Are you running from the law?!?!
Hi Steve, Robert,I'm soon adding a pair of Elac 4Pi Plus.2 'super tweeters' to my Elac 249BE floorstanders. They sit on top of the speakers & weigh 4kg each.What is recommended as isolation for them? (I have the 'Ascendo C8 Special' isolation between the 249s & granite bases.)Cheers,Jim.
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