A thin layer of Herbie's dBNeutralizer material for decoupling and isolation in a moderate vibrational environment. Great as an interface between top of loudspeaker cabinet and weight. Polished granite slab, sandstone, paving block, ceramic tile, or other material placed on top of a loudspeaker cabinet or subwoofer can help to stabilize cabinet vibrations. Using "Thin" Fat Dots as an interface makes these materials even more effective and at the same time eliminates any sonic character the material might introduce.
Also great under heavy vibration-control platforms and other general decoupling applications where a semi-firm interface is desired.
"Thin" Fat Dot: 1-5/16" diameter x 1/8" thick
Small: 15/16" diameter x 1/8' thick
Thin Fat Dots work a treat!
Used between my 32kg Loudspeakers and their dedicated stands the "Thin "Fat Dots work very well indeed. Loudspeaker performance is much improved by replacing the BluTack blobs I was using. Stability is excellent too.A highly recommended tweek. Regards Mick
Thin Fat dots
In my experience, Herbies Audio offer a fast service, good communication and they make products that are great value for money. I've now tried both the Thin Fat Dots and the Standard Fat Dots. When both products were inserted between my wooden cones (from Russ Andrews in the UK) and my amp stand, they both noticeably improved the sound, bringing greater ease and naturalness to the equation. The Thin Fat Dots retained more of the leading edges and the thicker Standard Dots provided a slightly richer & fuller sound. It really depends on what flavour you want. Good isolation makes a difference and is worth experimenting with - and Herbies is a good place to head.
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