Anyone have experience with these?
They are making quite a splash in the studio world: Primacoustic Recoil Stabilizer
I like Daniel Lanois' comments:
"...the vocals are clear and my speakers don't fall down. It's a great product.
Your ears work primarily with the transient edges of notes, so it's no small wonder that taking extreme care with transients would result in better sonics.
However!:It's also the same reason that some audiophiles consider that screechy high negative feedback amps, with transient edge distorting cables, combined with badly made turntables and totally acoustically bare rooms, combined with metal dome tweeters..somehow equals 'great sound'.
Those guys need to get their 'learnin' back out of their collective asses and on the table so they can push it about and see if there's anything growing or working in there... otherwise I'm going to have to give them a giant backhander and tell them to grow some common sense. Which sadly, ain't so common.
The above is humour (look to the skies! It's the Queen! Run!), but like all good humour..it sadly contains much truth.