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The washing machine still vibrates but it does not move around the floor anymore.
Cheapest upgrade to your sound system (after you have done proper speaker placement and separated signal from power cables, of course since those are free upgrades!).
I had a very hard time finding good pads for such a small generator, but these work great.
Put in service underneath a plank holding a small lathe. These work exactly as described - there is really no substitute for sorbothane.Published 3 days ago by asciilifeform
I purchased these to place under nearfield studio monitors, and followed weight ratings. The difference in bass transference between these vs. Read morePublished 7 days ago by David G
For an electric drum platform... dampened the shock of the bass pedel, but, didn't completely eliminate the shock.Published 1 month ago by J. Lanza
Fantastic performance! I had a very complicated problem with my bedroom TV deco which had a terrible hum and other internal sound very strong. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pabloache
I can't recommend these lil guys enough. The material is fascinating actually. It's like thick jello that never dries up. They do what they claim and seem to hold up over time. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Skawt01
Regarding the problem with the count in the bag: Amazon refunded the differential promptly, however, and offered a full refund if I sent the product back so I could re-order and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by S. Kuchta
i have a full DJ setup (2 turntables/mixer) in a flight case. i used to have this on a crappy card table but recently i built a big 'stand' out of 2x6s that 'cradles' the whole... Read morePublished 6 months ago by satan165
I was looking for spacers to put between my audio components to allow heat to escape. I have my receiver, line conditioner, cable box and center channel all on top of each other... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Benjamin D. Heller