Herbie's Soft Fat Dots provide plenty of compliance for micro-vibration control. Material doesn't mar or "ooze," doesn't dull higher frequencies or mess up the bass like Sorbothane and other soft, compliant materials. Softer than dBNeutralizer Fat Dots, Soft Fat Dots add more compliance when needed for small weight load, extra vibration control, or uneven surfaces. Soft Fat Dots are fast and highly responsive to microdynamic nuance, sonically neutral, very musical.
Large Soft Fat Dots are superior replacements for old Navcom pucks and superior upgrade for the "compliant interface support" pucks used in many Jeff Rowland amps and preamps.
Small: Recommended for desktop speakers and small "satellite" monitors weighing less than 10 pounds, and other light-weight isolation applications requiring a soft, compliant interface. Dimensions: 3/4" (19mm) diameter by 1/8" (3.2mm) thick.
Medium: Recommended for monitor and bookshelf speakers weighing about 20 pounds or less, and other audio and video isolation applications requiring a soft, compliant interface. Dimensions: 1-1/8" (28.5mm) diameter by 1/8" (3.2mm) thick.
Large: for severe vibration conditions involving speakers weighing up to about 30 pounds. Recommended in place of factory feet for use with turntables, CD players, preamps, and other components where a low profile is desired. Dimensions: 1-5/16" (33.3mm) diameter by 1/4" (6.4mm) thick.
Soft Fat Dots
I’m a long-time user of Herbie’s products, so when I bought an external phono amplifier, I didn’t think twice about grabbing four Soft Fats Dots for it to rest on. All my components rest on Dots or Tenderfeet. Wonderful accessories.
Soft fat Dot are excellent
Excellent under lighter components
Recommended by the speaker’s builder!
I recently purchased the Compact Alnico Monitor from Omega Speakers in Conn. The company owner told me immediately ordered some. he was right- my music sounds wonderful, and the footers are staying put. well done, Herbie!
Great isolation system
I recently set up my system on a new "bookshelf/audio rack" and used a number of isolation products from Herbie's since I knew the rack was not as solid as I would have liked. Soft Fat Dots under the small components, Herbie's Fat Dots under the larger components, Extra Thick Grungebusters under the turntable platform, and Hush Puckies under the turntable. All are working great. Love the sound of the new system, but, to be honest, I used the Herbie's Products from the get go so the differences without the isolation products I can't attest to.
Performs as advertized
Placed them under my bookshelf speakers that were causing various flutters and distortion from the neighboring turntable. Quelled pretty much all the noise I was experiencing.
Couldn’t believe my ears as I placed the dots under my Harbeth speakers. They don’t dull the sound as other similar products.
Great things often come in small pAckages
They do what they're advertised to do and so easy to implement.
Soft Dot Fixes Resonance Issues
These dots will lift up the speakers from the surface to reduce excessive resonance. As a result, it made a noticeable improvement clearing up the boomy bass off of my bookshelves speakers.
Herbies helping with system upgrade
Combo of soft fat dots and Aerial Acoustics 5T bookshelf speakers sounding great. Clear definition with clean tight bass...the cat’s pajamas. Thanks you all. Eric
Soft Fat Dot
Love these under my Harbeth speakers. I used 4 under each speaker on Skylan stands. Tightened up and focused would be my thoughts.
I’m kind of blown away by these Soft Fat Dots. I’ve been in the process of gradually adjusting my isolation methods to accommodate my springy wood floors. Herbie’s dots were a cheap alternative to the isolation products that are on the much pricier side of audio tweaks. I just couldn’t bring myself to cross that price boundary. And I’m now glad that I didn’t. I am happily flummoxed by how much these cleaned up the sound of my MartinLogan 35XTi bookshelves (on stands) on my non-audiophile-approved wood floors.
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