Been readin' a lotta posts about subs vs. NAF (neighbor acceptance factor). So, to head off trouble at the pass, I set my Dayton Titanic (don't even start!) on a $3 cement paving stone on carpet over a cement subfloor to add mass and hopefully reduce transmission of floor vibrations to the neighbors below. Now I'm looking for isolation feet to replace those gorgeous black chrome spikes 'cause they punch right into the cement stone under the sub's 55 pound weight.
There are a several comments in these forums about VibraPods, but $80 for a set of 4 seems to me just a bit over the top. Has anyone come across QuietFeet? Their size and construction appear to be almost identical to VibraPods, but at a quarter of the price.
QuietFeet Review (On the left in the Latest Reviews column, click on QuietPC QuietFeet)
And, NO, I don't work for 'em!