|Item Weight||0.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 1.2 x 0.6 inches|
|Item model number||0510121-50|
|Item Package Quantity||8|
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1.25" Sorbothane Hemisphere Rubber Bumper Non-Skid Feet with Adhesive 50 Durometer - 8-Pack
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- Reduce Vibration in Sensitive Equipment
- Durometer: 50 (Shore OO) Supports between 5 lbs and 10 lbs per pad
- Absorbs Upto 94.7% of Vibration
- Easy to Install - 3M Peel and Stick Adhesive
- Commercial Grade Anti-Vibration Pad
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Test 1: Speakers only on glass table. Used palms and fingers to feel the area next to the speakers and under the table where the speakers sit. Results : Clear, obvious and strong vibration/humming of all low frequencies resulting in a false sense of bass throughout the table. Used Britney Spears' "I Wanna Go" as the reference song as it has strong bass frequencies from start to finish.
Test 2: Placed 4 of these under each speaker (round side up supporting speakers) still sitting on the glass table. (Did not remove adhesive on flat side) Results : I kid you not, a 90-100% reduction of the same exact false low frequencies at 90+db. I'm in disbelief that these little black crescent shaped squishy "bumpers" could absorb and dissipate that much bass before it reached whatever surface the speakers would sit on.
Test 3: Set my JBL LSR305's on these bumpers again (round side up adhesive peel away still intact) which in turn fit perfectly on each point/leg of my ISO Acoustic L8R155 speaker stands. Results: 100% reduction of any humming, buzzing or vibration of bass frequencies traveling through the table.
You can normally feel the bass traveling through the ISO Acoustics however it's severely reduced when the speakers have these bumpers in between them and the stands resting points.Read more ›
well this was probably not a great idea. the stands act like lightning rods and at high volumes i get 'warble' during my music. so after trying a bunch of bunk DIY solutions to dampen the sound, i went ballistic and bought these as well as some spikes for the speakers (spikes have not yet arrived).
so i realized early on that there would be no way to apply these to the existing feet on my turntables, as the feet are not flat on the bottom. i tried modifying them to make them flat, but realized it wouldnt work (very well...or maybe not at all).
so i got some phenolic plastic, cut it into rough squares (doesnt matter), then counter sunk an M6 (the threads/diameter on the bottom of my turntables) bolt 35mm long into it and put a nut on the other side. now i had a flat surface to apply the foot to which was bigger than the 1.25" diameter.
just got home about 45 minutes ago - spun the old feet off, put these on. fit perfectly. now for the testing.
i put on engelbert humperdinck 'we made it happen' because i am very attuned to his voice and it cuts through the mix well, and i know the album VERY well. i made sure was outputting a healthy level to my receiver, then started gradually turning up the volume.
i had my eyes closed, i am seated directly between the speakers, pointing at me about 3' from each ear. cant hear any warble! and im beginning to know that i am past the point where i have experienced it before.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was quite a surprise. Improved the bass clarity a lot with my tube amp. On other amp types where physical feedback is less meaningful (like solid state), who knows.Published 1 month ago by Banglenot
I purchased the correct weight set for each of my equipment pieces. At first I thought they made no difference. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Byron Cochrane
Sorbothane is a strange squishy, sort-of-soft, yet sort-of-firm material that soaks up vibrations like a sponge. Read morePublished 5 months ago by M. Smith
Between my Boxers & myself we keep a ton of vibration up in my office, with these none of that matters now. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Andy
This is a great part of my solution for turntable vibration isolation. I bought these along with two marble pastry boards and created my own turntable isolation platform. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Loyal C Barber
I used these as stabilizer feet on a vintage turntable. They work much, much better than the original ones and were a fraction of the price of OEM replacements. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Glen Hart