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.
These little guys are on duty isolating energetic Dyns from my loft flabby wood floor. When I'm finished near field listening, the pads allow speakers to easily slide back up against the wall... faster than Derek Jeter stealing a base. Spikes can be a pain in the neck.
Allowed me to easily work thru the best position for my speakers and improved the tightness of the music.
After having a great experience with decoupling gliders on the stands for my main speakers, I decided to try some little fat gliders on my old NHT 2.3 tower speakers which have been repurposed for our basement. Adding the gliders to some outriggers I fabricated helped remove a low midrange resonance and also provided at least the perception of a clearer top end. And the speakers are much easier to move to optimize placement!
Great product and great service.
I don't usually do online reviews but I am so impressed with these, I really want to write a review. I moved to my new house and my living room is on the 1st floor. I removed my floor standing speakers spikes because I have polished timber floor. My system sounded really bad with no bass at all and really rough sounding. At first I thought it was my room acoustics. Then I read about decoupling devices for speakers for situation like mine. I thought I'll give the "Little Fat Glider" a go and if I get marginal improvement, I'll be happy. Installation is straight forward. My speakers now sounding better than ever. Bass is back and it's both tight and extended. Lots of details in mid range but still sounding very natural and smooth. Basically, my speakers can finally perform properly and I can enjoy music again. I would highly recommend Little Fat Glider.
I was all but convinced these would make roughly zero difference to the sound of my speakers. I previously had some bass issues in my room and had recently treated the acoustics, including bass traps. Made a huge difference but there was still a nasty resonance at one particular frequency. Repeatable every time on a couple of tracks. With the Fat Gliders it is completely gone and there is more clarity across the bass range. It's not an OMG difference, but it's very apparent and I'm super pleased with the benefits so far.
excellent product, I have bought dozens of them, I have a suspension floor and they decouple my speakers and subs from the floor perfectly, I now have no vibration in my floor, my bass is much tighter and well defined
My speakers have never sounded so good. And as a bonus, they can be moved very easily. Happy wife;-)
The Little Fat Gliders work fine on my Directstream Jr. and seem to be a fair price as well.
I received the Gliders within the week nicely packed! I removed the four SS spikes on my floor standing speakers for the first time and placed three Little Fat Gliders under each speaker. I was positively surprised with the result! There was more definition and speed in the bass, the midrange came slightly forward and some harshness in the highs was gone. A good and affordable upgrade.
any edge and advantage i can give my system to perform , i am all for, my little gliders give me the ability to move my tower speakers with ease , i am 65 and i don't get as excited as i used to about moving my equipment, my fatties make it quick and easy to arrange my speakers, along with giving them the stable support i can trust ! Lynn Pralle
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