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Gooeys (set of 5) #4821

Price $60.00

Gooeys (set of 5) #4821

From the relatively large scale vibrations of mechanical systems like disc drives to the electromagnetically induced micro vibrations of purely electronic low voltage circuits, your gear is constantly in motion. This, unfortunately, compromises its performance. High fidelity in audio and video is predicated on the precise and faithful replication of source material. Vibrations will smear fine detail, add extraneous information and generally distort the reproduction of source material. Goo Systems has come up with a solution.
Vibration is energy in a mechanical form. Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, but it can change form. The principle at work with the new Gooeys, is the extremely rapid conversion of mechanical energy (vibration) to heat energy. By converting vibration (bad) to heat, Gooeys will help you enjoy your expensive toys and media collection even more.
Here's how to play the Gooey Game to get the most out of your gear:
Vibration will tend to build up in the corners of a given structure, so that's where we'll start applying the Gooey treatment. If your component has a flat bottom, place the pink Gooeys under your equipment as close the corners as possible. If the bottom panel permits, it's best not place them under the "feet", rather, make sure that they are in direct contact with the bottom panel of the equipment. Now here comes the fun part: where to put the blue Gooey? In the case of disc players, the maximum benefit is achieved by placing the blue Gooey under the drive mechanism. Generally speaking, this will be about 3-4 inches behind wherever you load your discs. With non-disc based components, the transformer is usually the major source of vibration, so that's where we'll put the blue Gooey. The transformer is generally located 3-6 inches in from where the AC cord is attached to your component. That's where to place your blue Gooey.
The above are guidelines. If you're inclined to play you can have hours of fun with the blue Gooey. Changing its position will affect your component's performance. This is where you get to tune, tweak and generally drive yourself and everyone around you crazy. Knock yourself out and have fun!

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Gooeys (set of 5) #4821

From the relatively large scale vibrations of mechanical systems like disc drives to the electromagnetically induced micro vibrations of purely electronic low voltage circuits, your gear is constantly in motion. This, unfortunately, compromises its performance. High fidelity in audio and video is predicated on the precise and faithful replication of source material. Vibrations will smear fine detail, add extraneous information and generally distort the reproduction of source material. Goo Systems has come up with a solution.
Vibration is energy in a mechanical form. Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, but it can change form. The principle at work with the new Gooeys, is the extremely rapid conversion of mechanical energy (vibration) to heat energy. By converting vibration (bad) to heat, Gooeys will help you enjoy your expensive toys and media collection even more.
Here's how to play the Gooey Game to get the most out of your gear:
Vibration will tend to build up in the corners of a given structure, so that's where we'll start applying the Gooey treatment. If your component has a flat bottom, place the pink Gooeys under your equipment as close the corners as possible. If the bottom panel permits, it's best not place them under the "feet", rather, make sure that they are in direct contact with the bottom panel of the equipment. Now here comes the fun part: where to put the blue Gooey? In the case of disc players, the maximum benefit is achieved by placing the blue Gooey under the drive mechanism. Generally speaking, this will be about 3-4 inches behind wherever you load your discs. With non-disc based components, the transformer is usually the major source of vibration, so that's where we'll put the blue Gooey. The transformer is generally located 3-6 inches in from where the AC cord is attached to your component. That's where to place your blue Gooey.
The above are guidelines. If you're inclined to play you can have hours of fun with the blue Gooey. Changing its position will affect your component's performance. This is where you get to tune, tweak and generally drive yourself and everyone around you crazy. Knock yourself out and have fun!