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Les Davis Audio

Viscoelastic constrained layer damping for audio. 

Sounds complex, but it’s a deceptively simple product. They are small shiny 50mm diameter discs or pucks that are only a millimetre or so in thickness. 

They are actually a high-tech, constrained layer damping (or CLD) sheet, cut round and cleverly used for vibration isolation and resonance control. 

The discs are the brainchild of Les Davis, an Australian inventor and music lover, who wanted to come up with an efficient way of allowing audio components to express themselves at their optimum potential. 

Normally small vibrations and resonances cloud or distort the micro-timing of music coming out of the devices. This is often heard as distortion and mechanical background noise lodged in the music. 

These small discs can be placed under all types of audio components to reduce vibration. They can be placed under turntables, digital sources, amplification, power supplies, motors and even underneath speakers, with outstanding results.