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BlackPod Ceramic Audio Footers

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Mad Scientist BlackPod Ceramic footers give you high performance at a low price. If you're using cones, spikes, springy feet (or nothing at all) under your components then you're missing out. If you've not heard what a high performance footer can do then you're in for a treat. 

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US$179.00

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BlackPod Ceramic raises the bar even higher. They use two high-tech sintered ceramics - Zirconia and Alumina. Both are very hard, among the hardest known substances. But Zirconia denser, which gives a higher propagation velocity. We use a single Zirconia ball to provide a preferential super-fast path to ground. Basically they sound more composed and musical with one Zirconia ball and two Alumina. You can see which is the Zirconia ball as it is slightly whiter than the Alumina, which is more warm-white.

NEW: Now with option for super-hard Tungsten Carbide ball. This gives more tops end extension and air.

Using a combination of constrained layer damping using lossy composites and mechanical multi-path diodes, BlackPod footers give you high performance without the high price.

They give your components a solid, quiet and non-resonant path to ground, allowing them to perform at their best. Remarkably enough, this can make a seriously large difference to the sound. Typically you gain resolution across the board, but most noticeably (often) in the treble region, with more resolution and delicacy. Also you'll notice a more-solid bass, a larger and more 3D image.

BlackPods can be used either ball-up or ball-down. It's well worth trying both ways - even placing one BlackPod the other way up to the other two. 

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BlackPod Ceramic Audio Footers

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Mad Scientist BlackPod Ceramic footers give you high performance at a low price. If you're using cones, spikes, springy feet (or nothing at all) under your components then you're missing out. If you've not heard what a high performance footer can do then you're in for a treat. 

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