^ for audiophile grade rock, I highly recommend this :
This model has dampening holes well designed onto all surfaces.
Any status change on your shipment?
With that much venting the soundstage will blow minds... yours and your neighbors. Might even attract the NSA's attention.
Perfect for Rock 'n Roll.
This can keep anything in place. It's good at as you say, "killing vibrations" or killing flies.
Yep, patience is a virtue. Time to be devilish later
I swear by my super cheap foam feet (felt sliders stuck on non-sliders, which are stuck on the bottom of the Bifrost), and the same non-sliders stuck on the bottom of the Lyr, to which are stuck these awesome clear tapered rubber feet that are larger and taller than the average rubber feet. I get shock absorption and extra height between my pieces of Schiit, all at rock bottom Target prices. See, I through in some rocks
Maybe she'll just make him sit on your subwoofers... one for each cheek. Oh, best take precautions should that scenario ever arise.
Does that mean I'd have to travel to LaLa Land in Holland in order to defile his subwoofers? I guess that I could manage a low frequency burst or two.
Engineers... pih. What d'they know. Look at StanD. I think I'll triple the Schiity feet just to spite them.
I'm joking, of course. So now you've got me curious as to why I shouldn't be sticking my sticky feet to other, different, sticky feet. Not that I'm changing my setup. I like it when those tiny vibrations whisper in my ear.
The HE560 will be out soon. I will have a pair to listen to shortly. It will be interesting to hear the difference between the 500 and 560 and whatever other differences there are.