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Soundeck has released a new version of its DF Damping feet. Paul Rigby wonders if it’s worthwhile to upgrade

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  • Reply
    Siow Jin Goh
    10th September 2022 at 6:38 am

    Hi Paul,
    thanks for your review of the Soundeck damping feet Mkll
    the spikes of my speakers can’t be taken out;
    they stand on granite blocks which are damped to the wooden floor with “rubber”
    so do you think I can use the Mkll dampers, meaning the spikes stand on the Mkll?
    If yes, can you please give me the info where I can order it.
    thanks and enjoy the weekend

  • Reply
    Andy Hanson
    12th September 2022 at 11:28 am

    Hi Paul.

    I’m not keen on branding in my home and a forward-facing hole seems a bit odd. Minor niggles I know but do you know if these can be used upside down without performance penalty?

    On the subject of odd experiences, I recall hearing an expensive Stillpoints support beneath a CD player at a Heathrow hifi show a few decades back and its elevation of the system’s performance was mind blowing. Too much for a mortgage straggled family man to contemplate back then but now I’m a woopie I’ve trialled a set at home. The result? Nothing…zero…nada. I’ve put it down to the hotel dem not being on the ground floor and footfall influencing system performance negatively which the Stillpoints addressed. By contrast, my system was on a solid floor, already used Isoacoustics feet for isolation and Naim build an element of isolation into their components anyway. Perhaps. Maybe. Either way, it was an odd experience to have my recollections and expectations quashed so dramatically. Naturally they went back. Try before you buy most certainly.


    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      12th September 2022 at 1:09 pm

      Hi Andy – Yes, upside down offers the same level of performance.

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