Herbie's dBNeutralizer Fat Dot with Magic Slider provides mobility and superb "Fat Dot" decoupling on almost any kind of smooth floor or thin, unpadded carpet. With extra-thick dBNeutralizer pad and smooth polymer bottom, Little Fat Glider achieves a superior level of sonic perfection. Superb for loudspeakers and cabinets weighing up to about 100 pounds (45kg) on bare or thinly carpeted floor. When used for stationary support only, four Little Fat Gliders will support and isolate loudspeakers up to 200 pounds, audio racks/cabinets up to 500 pounds or more.
Available with or without pressure-sensitive adhesive.
Recommended to support broad, flat surfaces only; not for use under spikes.
Dimensions: 1-3/8" diameter by 1/2" high.
The Little Fat Gliders are truly outstanding, and perform significanrtly above their price
Whatever audio setup we/audio enthusiasts/ audiophiles entry-level/ high-end gear we may have, I think that the ideal physical support for all of our listening equipment would be if we could put all* the equipment into an anti-gravity field. … to optimally control micro-vibrations in all three dimensions. Having said that, a friend of mine told me that, “That should be my next project” :-) How about the next best thing? Herbie’s Audio Lab’s Little Fat Gliders are under my Monitor Audio Silver 8 speakers, Cambridge Audio CXA60 amplifier, Yamaha NP-S303 network player; both in an inexpensive IKEA audio/video cabinet. … and then in another room under my Monitor Audio Silver 200 speakers, under my another and even cheaper and smaller IKEA cabinet on a slightly raised floor on thick wooden-boards, on top of which there is a Denon DP-300F turntable, and inside of the cabinet there is also a Marantz PM6005 amplifier, also on the Little Fat Gliders. With this inexpensive cabinet setup, and even a sensitive-to-micro-vibrations floor setup, if somebody forced me to remove my Audio Lab’s Little Fat Gliders … just with the bear thought … I would get very, very depressed. That is how well I think of the Little Fat Gliders. *However, the only place where it would totally certainly be NOT suitable to apply (either the anti-gravity field, or) the Little Fat Gliders, is under a turntable. A product that firms up any horizontal movement, but dampens vertical movement, should be used for turntables. … and, oh, I almost forgot … Herbie’s Lab’s Little Fat Gliders, compared to any product similarly effective, deliver a ridiculously high performance-to-price ratio and value. The customer service is excellent, too. Thank you, Herbie's Audio Lab.
Superior resonance and vibration control at very reasonable prices.
I have used Herbies products for several years and have always been impressed with the results. Recently, I have experimented with placing them in different places and configurations than originally used and find that each set up yields different results with some offering improvements beyond even what I noticed originally. I cannot recommend Herbies products highly enough and I'm convinced that I would have stopped upgrading components and speakers decades ago if I'd had Herbies to use with the equipment I had back then. It was good equipment then but lacked the transparency and articulation that has brought my current equipment - McIntosh, Magnepan, Rega - beyond what they had when new.
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Little fat gliders are doing good job under my speaker stand. I was trying all kind of vibration damping product,so far this is the most effective one. Istvan Brampton,On Canada
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The Little Fat Gliders are doing a terrific job under my floorstanding speakers, I'm hearing better bass detailing, clearer highs and better soundstaging--all pretty remarkable from an inexpensive tweek! I love your products and am telling all my audiophile friends about your company.
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