Feet of Silence 'Float' Components in Two Planes
There has never been an isolation device like them. Solid Tech's amazing Feet of Silence isolation feet consist of a piston-like center steel ball that rests upon a vibration absorber. The vibration absorber is suspended by an ingenious system of six miniature O-rings. The result is suspension action and freedom of movement in both the vertical and horizontal planes for extremely effective component isolation and vibration control.
Few isolation devices provide 'floatation' in both planes, and none to the degree of the Feet of Silence. The system "worked well" for Ken Kessler, according to his review in the February 2006 issue of Hi-fi News.
"Sound was Clearer, More Upbeat and Involving"
"Adding the Feet of Silence increased my impression that the music emerged even further from the background sounds," reports audiophile guru Wes Phillips in the May 2004 issue of SoundStage!
"These highly effective vibration isolating and absorbing feet are musically consonant and can make a valuable contribution to improving sound quality," notes Martin Colloms in the September 2003 issue of Hi-fi News. "Basslines were faster and clearer, and both weight and impact at low frequencies were enhanced. Overall, the sound was clearer, more upbeat and involving."
Use Feet of Silence for power amps, preamps, DVD players, receivers, tube gear, solid-state gear All of your components can significantly benefit from Feet of Silence.
Four Feet of Silence can support a load of 15-44 lbs. with the light O-rings, or from 44-100 lbs. with the heavy-duty O-rings. The O-rings are included with the Feet of Silence.
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