TA-102 fo.Q Product from Japan "TRY These"

TA-102 fo.Q from Japan. 
I just added these to the bottom of my Focal Speaker stands. They are supposed to reduce vibrations and I must say they have tightened up the soundstage and bass. For a package of 2 for speakers they cost about $35 and it only took about a week to receive. 
I bought additional ones that I will try on the inside of some of my component covers. These are the real deal, even  better than Herbies!


Showing 8 responses by paulcreed

How can anyone call anything snake oil till they buy it, put it in their system, then you can state your personal findings? I was bashed by people like jkbtn when I started a thread on the furutech NCF break in. I was told " no such thing as break in" " light candles and chant" by rude people that never bought or heard NCF. I find this post very interesting and looked into this tape after reading this post a couple weeks ago. It's only $35 and I'm going to try it. I always wanted to try AVM( Anti Vibration Majik) but it was a messy goo, certainly for resale of gear so I didn't buy. Now I can try a similar product without the mess, thanks ozzy
Jkbtn would you do us a favor and list your system. It might shed light on why these type of tweeks have no results on your system. That is if you have ever tried them because you seem so knowledgeable on this subject. " never spend money on power cables or conditioners" is the dumbest closed minded  thing I have ever heard on this web sight and I have been a member 15 years. The purchase of my first Running Springs power conditioner (15 years ago) was the most eye opening experience in audio to date. If I would have listened to you I would have been robbed of all the enjoyment and music from that purchase. jkbtn put your money where your mouth is go buy a reasonably priced used Tara Lab The One power cord, Furutech NCF outlet or well regarded passive power conditioner and tell me it's all snake oil. If you do your system is not up to the task.
Thanks folkfreak, I have now drawn my conclusion of jkbtn but will keep it to myself. It's a shame to be so closed minded. Ozzy what seller did you use to get it in a week, when the ad claims it may take a month, I would like to use your seller, thanks

Just bought 2 packs. Don't know how many components 2 orders will take care of if doing iec, caps,  rca's, volume pot, power cord ends, crossover caps. Any advise if you only had 2 packs, total 4 sheets where to place it, and how big of a piece for big caps without dulling sound. jkbtn give the snake oil a shot what do you have to lose I think you would be suprised throw some better caps in your tweeter path or a couple diy 8 or 10 gauge power cords. You may crossover to the other side.

Damn I felt sorry jkbtn I was a fool, something's wrong with that fella. At least I discovered a product that's cheap and should work. I'm a big believer in vibration control to lowers noise floor. This should be fun to see what improvements I can get out of $70. Don't think I'm going to buy 50 packs like batmobile, at least I hope not. Hope you have you run out of places to put it, your in it for over $1500 in tape. When does this end?

batmobile you stated go liberal on speaker baskets. I used mortite caulking puddly rope long ago on speaker baskets and there was a definite improvement. On a 6 1/2 inch driver how big of a piece do you consider liberal on each rib of basket. Now I'm on my way to 50 packs.

Ozzy, please post your results on your 7000. One of the biggest improvement in audio for me has been power related.

Ozzy did tape do anything on conditioner, I only have 2 packs, wondering if conditioner should be priority with my limited tape. Ever heard and seen a transformer vibrate continues on a pole it has to come in.