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In Reply to: Alert posted by geoffkait on May 20, 2012 at 08:53:16:
Thanks for the feedback.
Obviously from the 'golf ball' example it is good for shock but that is not likely to be an issue with home audio. My point was that it has significantly different characteristics than rubber.
But I WAS toying with the idea of getting a sheet of bumps to play with and to get up to free shipping from Amazon. Maybe more music is a better bet. What does it do under audio gear in general?
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Topic - vibration redux - Ric 07:42:08 05/02/12 (16)
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- what I have done - BS64 06:31:52 05/05/12 (1)
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