Dynamatted Plinth

Had some leftover Dynamat Extreme and applied it in strategic and unexposed areas of the plinth, tonearm base and motor base of my Pro-ject RPM6 SB turntable.
Others have recommended using Dynamat as its purpose it specifically to reduce resonance in other audio-related applications. In my system it made a noticeable difference in the soundstage, 3-dimensionality and imaging. Its effectiveness becomes more apparent as the volume goes up. I would consider applying to the acrylic subplatter and platter, but I don't think it could be applied evenly, so I stuck to the non-moving parts.

Anyone else attempted this?
I used some EAR Isodamp on my plinth, and it did improve it, but only to a point. Too much and things started sounding overdamped and dead. It was a balancing act to get it just right, where the life is still in the music, but the background remains black.
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