BluTac is mostly used to prevent monitors from toppling over on stands that often have under-size top plates. Unfortunately, BluTac leaves much to be desired sonically. "Sticky" Fat Dots, with pressure-sensitive adhesive applied to one or both sides, is a better solution. Makes a strong bond between speaker and stand, yet is removable. Most important sonically, "Sticky" Fat Dots, including "Sticky" Square Fat Dots, provide superb isolation/decoupling between speaker and stand without resonance issues as occurs with BluTac, Sorbothane and many other materials. You'll usually get a better-defined, linear bass with general, subtle improvements throughout the audio spectrum with dBNeutralizer-based Fat Dots or "Sticky" Fat Dots because of better isolation of the speaker cabinet and subsequently better vibrational integrity of the speaker baffle.
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