i would put the pods between the table and the big rock not under the big rock
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I have used 3 different footers under my sand box and can tell no difference between them. My gut tells me that the sand is absorbing a great deal of the vibrations and therefore the footers are not that important. Note that I have never set the sand box directly on the shelf so I don't know what effect that would have.
IME there is a noticeable difference in the platform material used atop the sand upon which the TT sits. I am experimenting now with the sand box vs maple platform. I'm hoping to do a review and comparison of the 2 soon.
We do not recommend any compliant material between a component and the Plinth (top plate) of the Big Rock. The Big Rock is designed to absorb and dissipate unwanted vibration and resonance from the chassis of the component. Any compliant material will impede the flow of unwanted energy out of the component.
We strongly recommend that our IsoNode feet be placed under a Big Rock for further improvements in performance.
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