For decoupling large and heavy speakers, cabinets, and racks. Herbie's extra-thick (3/8") dBNeutralizer Giant Fat Dot, embedded in a Magic Slider with smooth polymer bottom, grips the cabinet bottom (no need for screw or glue). Provides unsurpassed isolation/decoupling, holding loudspeakers vibration-free, reducing vibration-influenced distortion for the ultimate sonic enjoyment. Appropriate for loudspeakers and cabinets of virtually any weight on any bare or carpeted floor.
Perfect as a decoupling/isolation base even when mobility is not an issue.
2.36" wide by .63" tall (60mm x 16mm).
GFGs = Tighter and deeper bass, better soundstaging
I placed 4 Giant Fat Gliders under each of my DIY 3-way speakers that weigh 87 lbs each. They sit on 1/2" thick berber carpet that is on 3/8" thick padding over a concrete slab. Even my non-audiophile wife noticed the difference and asked what had changed in my setup. Everything has tightened up and become more defined which has allowed me to keep my volume levels about 2-3 dB lower than before adding the GFGs. Highly recommended!
Simply the best!!!!
Effortless Movement For Large Subwoofer
I bought these due to the positive reviews I've read. I bought 7 of the Giant Fat Sliders for 2 VERY heavy powered subwoofers that I needed to be sure of not damaging a new laminate floor. After installation, moving of these beasts are effortless and the bass they produce is clearer and more realistic than when they were spiked through carpet and into a plywood floor. Excellent product!
Giant Fat Glider Review
Worked perfectly under my 100 lb equipment stand. It provided excellent isolation yet allowed me slide the stand effortlessly on my tile floor.
Giant Fat Glider
Excellent product for the money. Results were impressive.
A very nice improvement.
Well beyond expectations
I must admit I was a bit skeptical. But my system was very expensive, and I thought wasting $200 in the worst case scenario would not be a big problem. So I purchased eight Giant Gliders. I use the album Something Else by Cannonball Adderley with Miles Davis as sideman, as the benchmark for comparing equipment. The difference in sound was dramatic. Especially in the bass, which became much better defined. But also, to a noticeable extent on instruments that generate mid-range frequency sound, like the trumpet, the saxophone, and the piano. The improvement was far greater than I could possibly have expected from such a simple and inexpensive piece of equipment. Hats off. My system: Tidal or Qobuz -> Router -> Windows 10 Desktop PC with Intel i7 chip and Fidelizer -> Playback Designs MPS-5 DAC -> Cary Audio CPA-1 preamp -> VTL 300 monoblocks -> Dali Epicon 8 speakers, now on Giant Gliders.
Was Skeptical - Not Anymore...
Was having some distortion, not clean and clear sound. Especially in mid and tweeter. Money back guarantee so tried them. I bought an entire menu of Gliders, etc., and put their products under all components, my steel and glass audio rack, speakers, even the line conditioner.....voila ! Crisp, Clean highs and much tighter, detailed sound, immediately....very impressed. These are not snake oil, don't hesitate to give their products a try!
Equipment rack on floating hardwood floor. In combination with other HAL products on components, very very effective.
GIANT CONE/SPIKE DECOUPLING GLIDER.
I had the regular cone/spike decouplers for about 6 months on my Spatial Sapphire Speakers. They made a BIG difference in the over all sound. They were used over carpet with no padding on concrete. I upgraded to the Giant C/S DG and I noticed right away MORE IMPROVEMENT IN THE BASS. CLEAN, DEEPER BASS.
Giant fat gliders
Excellent product, I have suspension floors in my house, these are great at isolating my speakers ( decoupling) from the floor and also make it so easy to move them about on the hardwood floors
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