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Auralex Mopads - Speaker isolater

manbearpig

Standard Member
Hi,

I have recently got a new wooden desk and my speakers seem to vibrate quite a lot on it which makes the speakers sound sort of muddled with anything with bass in. I have been recommended the Auralex Mopads but they are quite expensive for what looks like some foam, correct me if im wrong though. Is there any cheaper alternatives than these that would do the job?

The speakers are Cambridge Audio S30's by the way.

Thanks :)
 

tudj

Active Member
I use milty foculpods under my speakers and under my valve headphone amp, they provide fantastic isolation

link

There are 2 sizes, those in the link are the larger size which are suitable for speakers.
 

manbearpig

Standard Member
Thanks!
 

alpha10

Well-known Member
I would just say that the Auralex Mopads are very good though, especially useful if you want to angle the speakers up or down a bit. I use them under my centre speaker and they are extremely effective.

Cheers
 

tudj

Active Member
I don't think it would be as good, it's designed for a completely different application and I doubt it'll isolate well, especially when compressed under the weight of a speaker.
 

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