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Easy enough to DIY - Vibration Controller

Wharfedale EVO4.4

keith_correa

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I found this today and though I have no intention of building it maybe someone will try this and report back.

Edit: He has an article on room treatment and speaker placement too.
 
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magma

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Hey Keith

Most seasoned audiophiles have done the cycle tube one time or another
Me included
Though the author has different views
The levitation work very well too

Advantage looks better
Disadvange cost 800 times more
 

keith_correa

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Hey Keith

Most seasoned audiophiles have done the cycle tube one time or another
Me included
Though the author has different views
The levitation work very well too
By no stretch of imagination am I a "seasoned audiophile" but I once did that cycle tube stuff too. That's old hat. What's interesting is the isolation in the vertical plane :D

Advantage looks better
Disadvange cost 800 times more
800 times more than what?

Bang on Magma. Cycle tube, sand in balloon et al
Sand in balloon? Never heard of that. What is that for? Can you please shed more light on this?
 
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