Acoustifeet Anti-Vibration Feet

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  •  3.5kg Load per Foot
  •  Self Adhesive
  •  Silicone Elastomer
  • Hi-Fi Choice review here
  • These are e soft version

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Acousti Feet Vibration Absorbing Low Profile Silicone Feet

A simple and economic solution to combat unwanted vibrational noise! - throw away your plastic feet and apply a set of four self-adhesive soft silicone case feet! A great deal of hifi case feet are solid plastic, or (at best) very hard rubber and therefore do a good job of transmitting unwanted vibrations from inside the equipment  via the chassis/case into the rack, floor or shelf on which the system sits. In this situation, where the case is in direct contact with the substrate, the hifi equipment can generate annoying noise elsewhere (secondary noise).

These feet are designed to decouple equipment from the floor or other hard resting surface by absorbing vibrational energy, and therefore helping to minimise noise generation caused by vibrations.

Multiple Applications

Anti-vibration case feet are not just limited to combating PC noise and for vibration control in their application - they may be useful for Inkjet and Laser Printers, HiFi Separates, TVs, Small Form Factor PCs, Home Theatre PCs, and any number of appliances and enclosures that would benefit from vibration adsorption and reduction. Speaker cabinets may also be a useful application for these feet - helping to isolate the speaker cabinet from the surface on which it sits. These feet are low-profile (7mm high), so they won't necessarily be seen, and they are non-marking. The rounded edge is designed specifically to dampen vibration transmission in multiple planes.

We have used these feet under our linear power supplies and they work exceptionally well, they are 30mm diameter and 7mm high and will accept up to 3.5kg load per foot and are supplied in packs of 4 feet.




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