The Dared SL2000a has always had a disappointing set up for vibration/stability control. Basically 4 pointed nipples at the 4 corners molded into the bottom metal plate. To keep from scratching the gear it sit on (Adcom GFP-750) I put sticky felt discs on the nipples. Hardly a good way to ensure stability or vibration control. I have been on the look out for some economical alternatives that I feel would be beneficial in both looks and performance.
Enter Pangea Pico Sorbothane Feet. They are the smaller of the two sizes Pangea offers. The other being the Mega Feet more suited for amplifiers, receivers, power conditioners and other heavier gear. Audio Advisor sells these but also charges for shipping. I was able to get them on Amazon (fulfilled by Amazon) and take advantage of free super saver shipping which any order over $25 qualifies for. These being $29.95/set of 4 meant no shipping. AA wanted just shy of $10 to ship.
Now the question is to use 3 or 4? The front two will cover up part of the manufacturer tag/label. If I use 1 up front (where it's the lightest) I can avoid covering up the label. I can't place these on top of the nipple feet where the green felt discs already are. They won't stick properly, nor with they make good contact.
What do you think? They have adhesive on them so I'm sure removal won't be good.
I will be reviewing these as well in this thread.