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Silicon Bands vs ?

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Just wondering, if there is a better way to secure ur amp to ur source?  I know silicone bands are probably the main.  The ones I have are too big and not near secure enough.  Are there other sizes? Like ALO and JDS bands smaller ?  Anyways, someone point me into the right direction.  Thanks in advance.

post #2 of 8

I use BluTack makes for a very neat stack

post #3 of 8
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I like the bands, however, I dont want it across my IPC's screen. So Im looking for some nice black bands to wrap the amp with, and then possibly 3m velcro between the IPC and C5 that way the C5 isnt laying straight on a surface and on the bands. I just dont think they make bands that small in diameter.

post #4 of 8

You can buy silicon wrist bands on Ebay they come in many sizes even tiny ones for babys

post #5 of 8
Look up 3M dual lock velcro.

Rather popular for rigs here. I still like using bands though.
post #6 of 8
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Will do, thinking about velcro but that still doesnt solve the problem of my C5 laying directly on a surface and I cant find bands small enough to just wrap the amp.

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Originally Posted by BL33DnEaRs View Post
 

Will do, thinking about velcro but that still doesnt solve the problem of my C5 laying directly on a surface and I cant find bands small enough to just wrap the amp.


Well, sent my son to town for some 3m velcro...Much cleaner than bands, even found some black rubber feet to put on the bottom of my C5 to let lay on a surface protected.  Now need a pelican case just big enough for my IPC, C5, cables and iems. Any suggestions?

post #8 of 8

I use the pelican 1060 for IPC/ amp/ Clas stack still room for iems

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