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Herbie's Audio Lab's compliant materials...

Howdy Dynobot,

"soft materials sound awful."

Please explain. IME, I find Herbie's Audio Lab's compliant products such as grungebuster and dBNeutralizer materials to be very useful, especially when implemented in conjunction with non-compliant materials such as rigid shelves, platforms, cones, spikes, balls, coupling discs, otherwise hard footers, and various resonant interfaces, without sounding in any way "awful", to my ear. Even so, a Herbie's Audio Lab Tenderfoot in its own right does not sound awful, as well.

just my 2 cents ;-)

Cheers, Duster



Edits: 07/18/12

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