Not that I'm aware of. I used cups similar to those you can use for speaker feet.
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I've owned three Sim Audio integrateds and I very highly recommend them but I don't think they offer an alternative for the feet. The very sharp tips are removable but there still are small diameter metal tips left to be dealt with.
One option with an acrylic rack would be to use this kind of disc protector, the same kind of thing that is used with speaker spikes on hardwood floors. There are cheaper versions available on ebay and other places and I expect they all work pretty much the same.
You could contact Sim Audio at 450-449-2212, email@example.com to get an answer directly.
Kb...if the original poster is smart enough to afford sim gear and smart enough to figure out how to post on forums, then he can well call Sim and order a set of pucks which were designed for his piece of gear (if he bought it used and it did not come with pucks).
Pennies will scratch the hell out of acrylic shelves...that is bad advice.
Wood, unless finished and polished, will also scratch the hell out of acrylic shelves...again, bad advice.
So I will say it again....all sim gear come with cups so the pointed feet do not damage the shelf it is placed upon. If you buy used and it does not have these pucks....CALL SIMAUDIO.
I have had Simaudio I-3se, I-5, and I-7. The Sim pucks are the way to go. They are about the size of a nickel with a leather like cushion on the bottom to protect any shelf they may be sitting on. In the event you don't want to pay the Sim price or wait for shipping you can easily take four nickels, cut circular pads from an old piece of leather, and glue to the nickles. Whatever you decide, enjoy the amp.