If you have $350, buy them and try them.
You are vibrating my feet with such a question.
Chorus, I am in the process of learning about these anti-vibration devices, and trying to figure out who the top players are in and around my price point, before making a purchase. I think from the recommendations given here, and after some research I've thus far gotten it narrowed down to a top three choices of the Stillpoint Ultra Minis, the Ingress Audio Rollerblocks, and the IsoAcoustic Oreas I'm looking online for some more side by side comparisons tonight.
I also need to figure out why the Ingress Version 3 Rollerblocks cost over double the Version 2's when they appear to be almost the same other than color and height. If anyone know please share this info. Thanks.
Aubreybob, I'll read up on the CS2's you mention. Thanks for the recommendation.
Anyone out there who has any thoughts on Stillpoint Ultra Minis versus the Ingress Audio Rollerblocks Version 2 or 3 versus the IsoAcoustic Oreas please chime in. Your input would be appreciated.
The thing about vibration control and decoupling is that the components themselves generate vibration along with vibration from outside sources.It can't be totally eliminated but can be 'tuned' to sound more accurate or pleasing to our individual ears.There's really not one brand or method that can be declared the best.I've tried the IA Rollerblocks V2 and didn't care for them at all,but others love them.I like the Oreas under my preamp but not under the other components.Ceramic is the best thing I've tried for under my Dac.You never know until you experiment a bit.