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    Default Suggested isolation feet for Oppo bluray player?

    Currently modding my Oppo 203, now looking at suggestions for isolation feet.
    Its built like a tank and is heavy, but room for improvment as always.
    Treating the player as a CD player (given its a disk spinner) so what works for a CD player of those should work for the Oppo.

    Whats worked in your setup guys?
    Thanks.

    *EDIT*
    Forgot to say, player is on a glass shelf.
    Last edited by Gazjam; 16-01-2018 at 14:15.
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    how about electric beach ones
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    Or Boing from Funk.

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    I would have thought resonance control rather than isolation would be more important (given the spinning of discs). I have Nordost pulsar points under a lot of my equipment, lowers the noise floor considerably.

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    Have you still got the steel sandwitch stuff under yer tt?

    Why not give that a go first...

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    CB40 Ceramic Ball Isolating Feet, and place one of the feet directly under the power supply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wee tee cee View Post
    Have you still got the steel sandwitch stuff under yer tt?

    Why not give that a go first...
    The sounds dead steel pads are unbeatable for the price.

    I'd like to try finite element or still points but .

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    Quote Originally Posted by wee tee cee View Post
    Have you still got the steel sandwitch stuff under yer tt?

    Why not give that a go first...
    Did that Tony, sharpened up things even more.
    Another set of 4 of the round ones ordered - job done.


    Thanks guys for all the suggestions.
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    Gary,
    Any chance of a link.

    You reckon me buying some with my kit on Ikea shitters would be like putting lipstick on a pig?

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