-Miscellaneous Comments-

Name: Desmond
Message: Hi, i have very positive damping the crystal clock in my cd player with blu tack. My only concern is that blu tack has limited heat resistance.can i use grungebuster sheets or dots for this purpose ? Appreciate your advice. Thankd

Webmaster's reply: grungebuster Dots are heat-resistant to 400 degrees F, and should work well for this purpose.
Name: Sergii
Message: What is the best solution to support bookshelf Dynaudio active speakers? Thank you.

Webmaster's reply: In most cases four ElectroSonic Fat Dots under each does very well.
Name: KC
Message: I just received a set of 3 clear Iso-Cups with the Lampblack balls and placed them under my Cambridge Audio Azure 651C cd player. These replaced a set of Bright Star Isonodes which had been placed under my stock feet. The difference with these Iso-Cups, especially being in direct contact with the component chassis, was substantial. There was an obvious gain in both clarity and dynamic contrast while retaining the warmth and midrange texture that I am unwilling to sacrifice. The soundstage also seemed to open up a little bit and the background now appeared more black. I was going to initially place these under my Rogue Audio Sphinx amplifier but could not pass up the temptation to try them on my cdp first. Well, I was so impressed that I will not move them; there they stay!

I have a second set of the newer black Iso-Cups coming with the Super Sonic hardballs to try on my amp. The company's opinion about the limitations of Sorbothane footers seems completely valid to me now that I've been able to compare the material to the Iso-Cups.

Because of my initial impression, I now regret buying elsewhere first. I will now look to Herbie's for my isolation needs. This is not an advertisement, merely my personal observations. And one more thing: super fast shipping & considerate packaging!
Name: jmac
Message: what mat should i use for a pioneer pl10

Webmaster's reply: A full-size (295mm-diameter) Way Excellent II-4mm Turntable Mat
Name: Dave
Message: Love the t shirt idea as well. Tube dampener is awesome. Can't wait to purchase some feet and component stabilizers!
Thank you
Name: TJ
Message: Love the suggestion from JoMoCo about a Herbie's Lab t-shirt with the atomic tube logo on it. I would buy one for sure!
Name: Mark
Message: I thought you also sold a cd/dvd cleaning system. Was it discontinued?
Thanks,
Mark

Webmaster's reply: Herbie's Audio Lab has never sold a cd/dvd cleaning system.
Name: Array1138
Message: Is there a ball holder/base large enough for a Gallo Micro speaker?
Thanks

Webmaster's reply: The MedicinBall polymer base is large enough to hold a Gallo Micro Speaker. When you click on the "Add to Shopping Cart" button for the MedicinBall, the Shopping Cart provides a drop-down menu from which you can choose "Base only, no ball," for $7.49 each.
Name: Jeff Mitcheltree
Message: Steve,

I've been thrilled with the SBH for my audio CD's. I decided to try it for my DVD collection. Amazing improvements to both Audio/Video. The sound is more natural and "alive". The video's contrast/brightness are crazy good. The detailing of images is off the charts. I'm very impressed.

Jeff
Name: John Davis
Message: I liked the improvent the Tenderfeet made to my CD player, it was already sitting on a sandbox so I think that helped too. However, the improvement the Tenderfeet made with my Ayre preamp was amazing. Caught me by surprise. I know this sounds weird, but they made the pre sound A LOT like a high quality tube preamp. More air and dimension to the sound. Now I'm wondering if the Tenderfeet will improve my power amp? Thanks for great products at a resonable price.

 

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