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  1. #11
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    Re: A Cheap Speaker Isolation Adventure

    I wanted to try isolation under my subs. I purchased Auralex Flat Foam in 2'x4' sheets on eBay. This is the product they use in they SubDude products.

    I used 1 1/2" MDF and 1" FlatFoam cut to the shape of the subs. I set Herbies isolation Cups into the top of the MDF to aline with the spikes of the sub.

    Very simple and they improved the low-end more than I had expected. I Don't know why it would not work on most speakers as long as they are large enough so the foam doesn't rock on the carpet.


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    Re: A Cheap Speaker Isolation Adventure

    So I took my little pads...



    And put them under my VPI turntable and now I can hit the rack/stand and it eliminated the vibration shock completely. Another cheap upgrade.

 

 
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