Personally, my experiences with elevating cables have been two-fold:
If you are not careful in elevating the cables correctly, there is a chance of increasing the potential anomalies that could arise from introducing interference. What I mean by this is that depending on your flooring, you have to choose the correct material that the elevators are made of. Ceramic based elevators work the best with wood flooring due to the differences in resonant frequencies. Do not use wood-on-wood elevators. I have found that any microphonics that the cable is picking up will undoubtedly be increase. Thats a big no-no.
If using carpeting, my preference would be some form of open cell foam elevators. The lightweight nature of the foam will allow for further decoupling from the floor and aid in rejecting vibration that could and will induce microphonics into the cable. Personally, I use neither. I tend to twist-tie all the cables together, as tight as possible. This adds mass to the overall cable ensemble, which in my specific case, further anchors my components to their respected platforms, and keeps any and all possible vibrations from entering the system. Of course, my entire rack is suspended in mid air, from the ceiling. Good luck in your endeavors. Cheers
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