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Auralex Acoustics ProPAD
Monitor isolation pad
ProPAD has increased durability and structural integrity (compared to the MoPAD), and provides superior isolation from the vibrations and resonant energy created by studio monitors. The ProPAD prevents this energy from being transmitted into the supporting furniture, which would greatly color the monitors' sound and degrade their imaging. The ProPAD is sold in stereo pairs and is designed to work with nearfield monitors employing up to 8" woofers. ProPAD's updated design features a 0.75" layer of laminated black MDF covered with a thick layer of Auralex's proprietary IsoPuck isolation material, which is made of recycled rubber. Six stick-on feet, also made from IsoPuck material, are supplied for flat or angled applications.
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