I posted this in the Misc fourm. Give it a try you wont be sorry i wasnt!!!I just recently purchased eight of these isolation feet to go on your own isolation base. I have Manley tube mono blocks, which I recently bought, and for obvious reasons, they would not fit in the stereo stand. I was looking at mono block amp stands and was surprised by the various price amp stands ranged. I've tried a few amp stands out, the cheaper ones, Target as an example, and some of the higher priced ones. After researching and trial and error, I came across these Isofeet. I was informed how to make the base, which cost around $40 at Home Depot for both types of wood, and then bought the Isofeet to attach to them. I am not one for doing reviews, or plugging any product for that matter, but I must say, these things with the bass are awesome. These isofeet are the best isolation device that I've tried. And the beauty of it, is I made them myself (except the feet)!. The base only took me 15 minutes to make. When I first received the Isofeet, I was extremely surprised by their simplicity, and kind of wonder what I had just purchased. But after applying them with the base I made, I must say these are the best amp stands that I have ever had or listened to. I can crank my system where you feel the bass in your chest and walk over to the amp's, which I have many times, and touch them and feel nothing. I've tried this with the other stands that I've had and always felt some vibration on the equipment. These stands I built have no vibration at all when these were incorporated in the system. Point being, it's amazing how you can spend thousands of dollars on a product and then spend less than $200 and it equals if not betters the thousand per dollar product. Price to performance ratio. If you ever have an opportunity to try these Isofeet I don't believe you'll be disappointed. They may look simplistic, but they sound great. I didn't believe it until I tried them.