MoFi Mobile Fidelity Ultra Low Noise Feet
MoFi Mobile Fidelity Ultra Low Noise Feet are engineered to bring the best out of your audio equipment by reducing vibration and delivering high levels of isolation.
EFFECTIVE VIBRATION CONTROL AND NOISE REDUCTION FOR ANY AUDIO COMPONENT
Developed in coordination with the acoustic experts at Harmonic Resolution Systems, Mobile Fidelity Ultra Low Noise Feet provide substantial vibration control and noise reduction for any component under which they are placed. Featuring an outer housing comprised of milled aluminum, the 1.578-inch-tall feet dramatically lower the noise floor across the entire audio band while doing no harm in the frequency and phase domain, allowing you to hear more detail, nuance, texture, tone, focus, and clarity from all of your music.
IDEAL FOR TURNTABLES, DACS, AMPLIFIERS, SOURCE GEAR, BOOKSHELF SPEAKERS, AND MORE
All you need to do to experience the benefits is place the component on top of the feet and use the provided level to check that everything is balanced. Then, sit back and listen. You will notice less hardness, dryness, brightness, and much more of what you should be experiencing. Ultra Low Noise Feet work with turntables, DACs, preamplifiers, CD players, power supplies, bookshelf speakers, and more.
• ULNF8-16 feet support between 8-16 pounds (specifications for four feet)
• ULNF16-24 feet support between 16-24 pounds (specifications for four feet)
• ULNF24-32 feet support between 24-32 pounds (specifications for four feet)
• Made in U.S.A. with a milled aluminum outer housing
MoFi Ultra Low Noise Feet, Hi Fi Choice 472, Recommended :
“Experimenting with three packs of four covering all the weight ratings, we place the dinky pucks under an Audiolab 6000 CDT CD transport (HFC 447), Chord Electronics Hugo TT2 DAC (HFC 468) and Falcon Acoustics LS3/5a Gold Badge speaker (HFC 470). There are easily heard improvements and, more encouragingly, these are cumulative – an initial sense of smoothing and refinement progressing towards a lower noise floor uncovering more detail and finally, with the feet under the Falcon, a still cleaner presentation with seemingly extended bandwidth, a more expansive soundstage and quite extraordinary image specificity. The feet are still in situ. Enough said.”