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 Dots work great!
The small soft dots worked perfectly in reducing unwanted resonances for my Martin Logan LX-16 bookshelf speakers. I am using them near field, in an "on desk" application which is not really what these speakers were intended for, but they are working great. I am powering them with a PS Audio Sprout 100 and the combination is fantastic. I intend on purchasing more flat dots for my Sprout integrated desktop amplifier and I will report back here. These bookshelf speakers were too boomy sounding and the little soft dots helped to reduce boomyness and helped to tighten up the bass. I have been experimenting with 3 and 4 dots for each speaker.
I bought six of these for my computer speakers on my desk for $25. I could have bought something similar that’ll serve the same purpose at Home Depot for five bucks or less.....
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