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Howdy everyone. I have recently been having trouble in paradise with my diy MOSFET amp. The problem is that it keeps scratching whatever it is on top of. Does anyone here know where to get little sticky feet to put on these types of things? Some little feet like the ones that came with the Art Di/O would be perfect for this.
 
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The rubber feet that come with ART can be found in Radioshack store. It's exactly the same thing and it's $1.79 for 12 rubber feet.
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Thanks for asking. I just discovered the 'feet' for my DI/O still in the box!
 
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Yeah..I just put them on a minute ago.

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Okay...thanks all....off to ratshack for me. If I were really hardcore I would get some vibrapods or cones...
 
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They're actually from 3M, and called "Bumpon" feet. You can get 'em in various sizes and shapes, in black & clear.
 
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I just bought one from Radioshack and the brand is Archer. Also I just received ART DI/O and found that the cushion feet were look identical. I might be wrong though.

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3M makes 'em, and sometimes the sticky paper on the back has different names on it. RS sells several sizes and shapes, and I found them in larger packages at a store that just opened up near here called Organized Living.
 
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Howdy everyone. I have recently been having trouble in paradise with my diy MOSFET amp. The problem is that it keeps scratching whatever it is on top of. Does anyone here know where to get little sticky feet to put on these types of things? Some little feet like the ones that came with the Art Di/O would be perfect for this.


To reduce/eliminate scratching, I've also used the "blutac" type stuff found at Staples. It comes in either blue or white and only costs a couple of dollars or so. Not only does it eliminate scratching, it improves the overall sound (especially under a turntable or CD player).
 
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I just bought some at ratshack myself...work great on my headphone amp. I actually stuck some on my D-25S also, and I find that they make it skip just a little bit less. Now what to do with the remaining four in here...
 
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