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IsoAcoustics OREA isolation footers
#71
(12-Apr-2019, 15:40)NickTMS Wrote: I'm on my third day with 3 Orea bronze's under each of my 440 Pro sitting on a Hutter Rack. I agree with all the feedback given so far but two things in particular stand out for me. First how natural and engaging the music is. The other, and a totally unexpected outcome, is how they have improved the sound of my turntable, just so much more presence and a more tuneful bass. Anyone else found this? Considering trying the GAIA under the Olympica's ii's later in the year.

You don't need to change the footers under the TT but simply use Orea Bronzes under each of the 440 pro in turn the vinyl playback was (much) improved. That said, the phono module inside the Devialet is really sensitive to vibration.

So, maybe a bit off topic, has anyone tried replacing the spikes under your hifi rack with GAIA and also got great result?
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(12-Apr-2019, 15:40)NickTMS Wrote: I'm on my third day with 3 Orea bronze's under each of my 440 Pro sitting on a Hutter Rack. I agree with all the feedback given so far but two things in particular stand out for me. First how natural and engaging the music is. The other, and a totally unexpected outcome, is how they have improved the sound of my turntable, just so much more presence and a more tuneful bass. Anyone else found this? Considering trying the GAIA under the Olympica's ii's later in the year.

Definitely wishing I had pumped the brakes a bit, but there were so many things wrong with the prior setup I did the cables (demoed first of course) and the pucks two weeks after new speakers.  Exactly where I want the system to be, for the most part, even if the arrangement is unorthodox and the room is untreated.  When pushed, I was told moving the pucks would make little difference, same if I swapped them out.  But I missed out on the process.
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I too found no immediate material improvement on installing the Bronzes under my 440s. A day or two later - a totally different story. Glad that this is the general experience. It must be down to gradual compression of the foot materials.

Next stop - new power cords.
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