Stereophile Magazine Recommended Component
SoundStage! Audio Online Reviewer's Choice Award
Cones and Feet Together Are Tough to Beat
The Vibrapod Cone is a volcano-shaped vinyl isolation component featuring a steel ball bearing tip designed to enhance the sound quality of the finest A/V gear. It works great on its own but is an even better performer when you pair the Vibrapod Cone with Vibrapod Isolator Feet. You get four of each in our convenient combo.
Excellent Chassis Vibration Control
The Vibrapod Cone provides excellent chassis vibration control without compromising bass. Kennard Industries tested many different configurations before arriving at this precise design and shape. Without the steel ball, the sound was softer and the bass lacked definition. With the steel ball in place, the bass was tighter and more accurate.
Improves Imaging and Detail
Vibrapod Cones improve A/V component imaging and detail. They are an affordable alternative to audiophile isolation feet. These double-truncated cones are constructed of vinyl and tipped with a stationary 3/8" chrome ball, which you can remove and replace with any 3/8" ball, if desired.
Use Vibrapod cones by themselves with amps, preamps, DVD players, and other AV gear. Or combine them with Stereophile-"Recommended" Vibrapod Isolators for complete isolation and vibration control. On smooth surfaces, the edges of the concave bottom act as a suction cup, helping to keep the Vibrapod Cones firmly coupled to the component. Each Vibrapod Cone supports 10 lbs. Cones are 1" tall, 1-5/8" diameter.
Vibrapod Isolation Feet
Give your AV components a lift by isolating them from vibrations with Vibrapod Isolators. Vibrapod Cones tuck neatly inside the feet for exceptional vibration control.
Use Vibrapods in place of the stock hard rubber feet on amps, CD players, DVD machines, DSS receivers, preamps, etc., that can transfer vibrations into the audio and video chain, degrading performance. Just place the vinyl Vibrapods around the edges of each component and begin enjoying cleaner sound and sharper, more detailed video images.
"I keep a box of them around so that no component goes without," reports NR in the "Recommended Components" section of the October 1998 Stereophile. Use four or more per component, depending on weight.
Vibrapod donates 10% of sales to outreach organizations.