Acoustic PC Micro QuietFeet "Sticky Feet."
Our new QuietFeet™ are designed for maximum absorption efficiency and damping of unwanted audible vibration. Computer noise can be transmitted through
the feet of your computer and be amplified by whatever surface your computer is sitting on. If you have your computer sitting on a desk, the computer shelf
under the desk or hard floor (not carpeted) for example, the vibrations from your hard drives, CD ROM/DVD ROM, fans and other noisy components travel
right through the chassis and poorly-designed computer feet into the surface of whatever the computer is sitting on. If the surface where your computer is
located is a 'resonant' surface such as a wooden floor or desk, the vibrations are acoustically amplified by the resonant surface the same way the strings of a
guitar are amplified by the wooden body of the guitar. QuietFeet™ are made from a special proprietary visco-elastic polymer that combines shock absorption,
vibration isolation and vibration damping characteristics to create the ideal acoustic damper and absorber. They have a very high damping coefficient, thus
reducing the transmission of computer vibration into whatever surface the computer is sitting on. The QuietFeet offer a very effective and inexpensive method
to reduce unwanted noise from a wide variety of computer and similar equipment and are especially effective for use in home entertainment centers with
computer-based playback systems, TIVO's and even on record player turntables.
Micro QuieetFeet can also be used to reduce noise created by computer peripherals such as external hard drives, CD-ROM's, etc. and even TIVO units. Some
of our customers have even used them on the water pump for the CPU water cooling system inside their computer cases.
Micro QuietFeet Sticky Feet
QuietFeet™ Micro Computer Feet are black hemispheres (half moon shaped) with a 3/4" diameter which can support 2-3.5 lbs per QuietFoot™. They feature
a pressure sensitive peel-and-stick adhesive backing for easy application to the bottom of your computer.