IsoAcoustics Iso-Puck vs. Iso-Puck Mini

Theoretically, one could use either of these models as footers on equipment weighing <=24 pounds (each "mini" can support 6 pounds: 6x4=24). The "minis" are a lot cheaper than the standard Iso-Puck.  Has anyone compared the two on equipment <=24 pounds?  Does the standard Iso-Puck offer any advantage at ~$240/8 vs. the "mini" at $99/8?

Showing 1 response by geoffkait

If the two models are spring based the reason why there are two models is that the spring rate (springiness) of the springs must be matched to a range of loads to achieve the degree of isolation desired as well as lateral stability. I would expect no difference in overall sound.