SOLD INDIVIDUALLY, NOT AS A SET (4 recommended for most components)
Individually molded with a proprietary platinum-cure silicone blend formulated in-house in consultation with Wacker Chemie AG of Germany for maximum micro-vibration absorption. Recommended for audio and video components weighing from 2 to 220 pounds (100kg).
Particularly well-suited for CD/DVD and SACD players, DACs, Blu-ray Players, preamps, power supplies and conditioners, turntables, and power amplifiers. Delivers a full-bodied and quick, highly articulate result with amazing linear extension. Works equally well with solid-state and tube components. Does not "ooze," mar, or discolor surfaces. A thin decoupling grungebuster Dot is adhered to the base of each Tenderfoot (Extra-Firm version has black grungebuster Dot).
Two versions available:
TenderSoft: for components weighing 40 pounds or less (18kg)
Extra-Firm: for components of virtually any weight up to 220 pounds (100kg).
Dimensions: 1.1" x 1.1" x .65" tall. (28mm x 16.5mm). Default recommendation: four Tenderfoot isolation feet per component.
Though scarcely ever really needed, pressure-sensitive adhesive is an available option.
Big Tall Tenderfoot: Same as above except molded extra tall to lift components free of tall factory feet. Also great for turntables having severe footfall or other macro-vibrational issues. Superior upgrade for AR, Thorens, and VPI suspension springs.
Dimensions: 1.18" x 1.18" x 1.02" tall. (30mm x 30mm x 25.9mm)
more tenderfoot and others
Just wanted to isolate my new monobloc amps, preamp and phono preamp.
Superb improvement with imaging
The big tall / extra firm tenderfoot have created a noticeable improvement in my system, the music has better resolution and imaging. I've placed these under the Uptone JS-2 DC power supply. After hearing the results, I ordered another set.
Great affordable option.
The positive reviews are correct these do what they say.
Great product and easy to attach. These are being used under a pair of Essence Jasper monoblocks, with Herbie’s stud gliders supporting their floating power supplies.
I was skeptical, but with VPI offering a sorbothane replacement for the springs in my HW-19, there had to be something to it and all the positive reviews on these, I gave it a shot. Seems like the reviews that I'd read were mostly on point. What I notice is accurate, defined bass more than anything. No change in the soundstage width on my setup but it was worth it for the low end detail. I would do it again, and I'm sure my thirty year old springs were well worn out anyway. They're a little short on the my turntable, so I unclipped the springs and left the adjustable spring bases in there to compensate. Had to replace the round top screws with flat, machine screws. Worked out well.
The slimming of the bass
Amazing product works well to tighten up flabby bass. Recommended under amps, speakers, and source components.
Wall mounted turntable picking up vibrations from subs , replaced steel spikes with tenderfeet , they perform well Replaced turntable with a pioneer DJ PLX-1000 With this turntable and tenderfeet i can crank it loud and no problems For home use only
used tenderfeet and bases to eliminate the sprung suspension of my VPI HW 19MKIV Nice upgrade! Cleared up a resonance that was apparent in recordings of keyboards and pianos.
Works well with all audio gear. They are neither bright nor dark with a fat bass. In fact, my gear did not change the sound that I paid for and enjoyed, unlike spikes and other overbuilt and priced footers that cost hundreds, and all they did is strip the sound of color, body, and overtones just for a clean sound with a loss of natural dynamics. I was surprised to say the least, I brought mine for the fun of it, thinking last call on footers, done with them, well, I'll be buying more.
More control, more separation
It was a big suprise to me what some good footers can do. I attached them to my integrated amp and it feels like there is more control and the instruments are a bit more separated from eachother. Awesome tweak!
I don't have a high end turntable. It's a 1980 Onkyo CP-1280F. The original feet had some foam and springs; they're long gone. So I put a double set of tenderfeet underneath where the footers would go AND put that on a 4" maple block which also has double tenderfeet underneath it! That's 16 tenderfeet underneath the turntable! Do I have footborne vibrations?! NO! Does my music sound great?! Yes!
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