Anthony ... Yes.
But like with determining the best fluid (for floating) appeared to be an undoable job, a "clock suspension" is as undoable. I mean, everybody can take some foam or whatever material which is suspected to suspend or damp etc., but in my personal view there's much more to it to do it well, and I don't see people working on these matters in well fasion. Like with the fluid, and the people with the (math) knowledge can't even start thinking about it.
But I have a few ideas ...
For now I decided to not bring the lot to the basement and instead try to get the merits of what's happening at this moment. So some 3.5 hours again and I love what I hear. This was not so AT ALL a few days ago, and all I changed was some footers. The change - especially after my secret tweak - is so drastic that it should be an explicit target itself by now.
One addition which should be off topic but I think is not :
The NOS1(a) is always shipped with some plastic protective little footers. Install guide tells to pull them off and replace with your own. Today, 50 "a" upgrades further, we notice that almost everyone leaves them under.
And actually this has merit when I think about the material used for them. It would be fairly close to my ideas about that.
And then to think I never used them myself ...
Anyway, although this topic is not about it, I start to feel that footers can do tricks which are not possible by other means. Just think simple : a cable with reflections sounds totally different than a cable without. Super logic (once you have a little technical insight). Now this is about mechanical reflections. In itself not new of course, but I feel we can utilize it. Abuse it, so to speak.
So this is how I deliberately did not bring the lot to the basement because I seem to see a new little project : footer tricks. So if I put under those rubber balls (which never ever worked for longer than 2 minutes - that bad !) and I perceive a killing bass of it (remember, vibes - all very straight/stiff/good) then it can well be that my floor is interacting with the speakers and from there the DAC and maybe even oscillator is influenced, but as long as I see it for the better, why not exploit it. Will come with screw driver so adjustment to own flavour is possible !
This is not-normal you know. It is just something crazy new and how could I know in advance that my secret tweak could incur for this.
And you know, right during the writing of the last sentence I already (think to) know how to do this and make it adjustable right on the spot. Next I will do is handing out some instructions how to make it and ... watch my tomorrow's post in here ...