Isolation Feet2021-08-19T10:03:08-06:00
Isolation Feet

The Isolation Feet provides the ultimate in isolation
capability. Utilizing metal, neoprene and natural rubber
components, these feet enhances the effectiveness of Clark
Synthesis Transducers by reducing vibration transmission into
the floor.

  • The entry-level TI-100 Isolation Foot is constructed of natural rubber
    and can be used as a low-profile foot replacement. Use of the TI-100
    helps reduce vibration transmission into the floor and improves the
    performance of Clark Synthesis Transducers.
  • The TI-100 Isolation Foot has a diameter of 2.5 in.
    (63.5 mm) and a height of 1 in. (25.4 mm).
  • The mid-level TI-200 Isolation Foot helps improve the performance
    of Clark Synthesis Transducers. With a low-profile design and two
    separate installation options, the TI-200 is a great alternative for
    replacing existing feet or gaining additional clearance on furniture,
    platforms, and risers.
  • The TI-200 Isolation Foot has a base of 3.88 in. x 2.38 in.
    (98.4 mm x 60.3 mm) and a height of 1.75 in. (44.5 mm).
  • The TI-300 Isolation Foot provides the ultimate in isolation
    capability. With several different configuration possibilities, the TI-300 foot
    can be used to replace existing feet on furniture, as well as provide
    additional clearance for the installation of transducers. The angle
    bracket is ideal for screwing into furniture frames or the support
    structures of platforms and risers.
  • The TI-300 Isolation Foot has a base of 4.0 in. x 4.0 in.
    (101.6 mm x 101.6 mm) and a height of 2.25 in. (57 mm).
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Isolation Foot

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An Overwhelming Experience

Shortly after taking over management of Clark Synthesis, I was invited to the Stage Theater (now the Dorota and Kevin Kilstrom Theater) at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. They were staging a new play, and the Director was interested in adding Tactile Sound / Haptic Feedback to the VIP seating. I wanted to handle this demo personally, so I grabbed four TST429 Platinum Transducers, a couple of stereo amplifiers, and drove to downtown Denver.  The Stage [...]

By |April 29th, 2021|

Injecting Fear into Viewer’s Souls

One of the reasons I love working at Clark Synthesis began with an amazing experience I had early in my time at the company. I was new to the company and wanted to learn more about the products. So, I took a few TST429 Platinum Transducers home and installed them in my sofa I put a DVD into the player, and started watching the original Jurassic Park movie.    Now, I had seen this movie many times and [...]

By |March 24th, 2021|

Subwoofers in Cinemas – The Problem No One Wants to Discuss

It’s the movie watching problem no-one wants to talk about, but someone needs to address. What is that problem? Subwoofers in Cinemas. And why are subwoofers a problem? Seat to seat volume variance. Let’s take a look at this problem and how to solve it.  Some years ago, I had the privilege, as part of a group from the Audio Engineering Society, of visiting NBC Universal Studios – Studio Post. [...]

By |March 18th, 2021|

Relaxation and Pain Reduction with Tactile Sound

You might be surprised to learn that many people use Tactile Sound Transducers to relax and feel better.  I’ll admit – most of the time we talk about the realism and excitement that Tactile Sound Transducers add to theme park rides, training simulators, gaming rigs, and home theaters. While lots of people want another adrenaline rush, there are a significant number of people [...]

By |March 3rd, 2021|

Isolation Feet – Everyone’s Happy

Did you know that low frequency sounds can make people miserable? I’m not talking about the low frequency sounds that you experience inside your home theater. I’m talking about the low frequency sounds that your media system broadcasts into the rest of your home or apartment building. Those wonderful effects like thunder and explosions in your home theater sound like invasive noise to people outside of your theater. Subwoofers [...]

By |February 24th, 2021|

Simulator Motion Systems – A False Belief

When my children were little, the local grocery store had a 40-year-old mechanical pony that cost one cent to ride. The grocery put out a cup with pennies so that all children could ride. The mechanics were simple, reflecting the 1950s technology used when the pony was manufactured. The horse rocked a little up and down and moved a little forward and back. My [...]

By |February 10th, 2021|
Do I need Isolation Feet for each chair in my home theater?2020-08-11T15:54:39-06:00

It depends on where the TSTs are located. Are the TSTs mounted directly to your chairs? Then we recommend you put isolation feet on those chairs. Are your TSTs mounted to a platform? Then we recommend you put isolation feet on the platform instead of the chairs.

How many isolation feet do I need?2020-08-11T15:54:05-06:00

You want to replace the existing feet of the chair or sofa with isolation feet.

Using a platform or riser? We recommend an isolation foot every 16 inches.

What are Isolation Feet for?2021-04-01T14:05:10-06:00

Isolation feet keep the tactile sound vibrations from leaking into the floor. This means that more of the TST’s output stay in the chair/platform. This improves the tactile experience.

Click here to watch the video.

Are TSTs used in wellness products?2020-08-11T15:50:51-06:00

Yes!  Clark Synthesis TSTs are used in therapy chairs, therapy beds, massage tables, etc. If you do a Google search for Vibroacoustic, you will find many products that contain Clark Synthesis TSTs.

What are Tactile Sound Transducers (TSTs)?2020-08-11T15:50:28-06:00

Clark Synthesis Tactile Sound Transducers (TSTs) transform pure audio as electrical energy into pure audio as vibrational energy.  TSTs are much more than shakers.  Shakers only make things shake.  TSTs faithfully reproduce audio signals bringing new levels of realism and enjoyment to VR spaces, Home Theaters, Simulators, Movie Theaters, etc.

Which isolation foot should I use?2020-08-11T14:30:27-06:00

Contact us about your application. We are delighted to make recommendations.

What is Tactile Sound?2020-08-11T14:27:50-06:00

Tactile Sound is pure audio that is felt through touch and is heard through bone conduction.

  • The entry-level TI-100 Isolation Foot is constructed of natural rubber
    and can be used as a low-profile foot replacement. Use of the TI-100
    helps reduce vibration transmission into the floor and improves the
    performance of Clark Synthesis Transducers.
  • The TI-100 Isolation Foot has a diameter of 2.5 in.
    (63.5 mm) and a height of 1 in. (25.4 mm).

  • The mid-level TI-200 Isolation Foot helps improve the performance
    of Clark Synthesis Transducers. With a low-profile design and two
    separate installation options, the TI-200 is a great alternative for
    replacing existing feet or gaining additional clearance on furniture,
    platforms, and risers.
  • The TI-200 Isolation Foot has a base of 3.88 in. x 2.38 in.
    (98.4 mm x 60.3 mm) and a height of 1.75 in. (44.5 mm).

  • The TI-300 Isolation Foot provides the ultimate in isolation
    capability. With several different configuration possibilities, the TI-300 foot
    can be used to replace existing feet on furniture, as well as provide
    additional clearance for the installation of transducers. The angle
    bracket is ideal for screwing into furniture frames or the support
    structures of platforms and risers.
  • The TI-300 Isolation Foot has a base of 4.0 in. x 4.0 in.
    (101.6 mm x 101.6 mm) and a height of 2.25 in. (57 mm).
Isolation Foot TI-100
Isolation Foot TI-200
Isolation Foot TI-300

An Overwhelming Experience

Shortly after taking over management of Clark Synthesis, I was invited to the Stage Theater (now the Dorota and Kevin Kilstrom Theater) at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. They were staging a new play, and the Director was interested in adding Tactile Sound / Haptic Feedback to the VIP seating. I wanted to handle this demo personally, so I grabbed four TST429 Platinum Transducers, a couple of stereo amplifiers, and drove to downtown Denver.  The Stage [...]

By |April 29th, 2021|

Injecting Fear into Viewer’s Souls

One of the reasons I love working at Clark Synthesis began with an amazing experience I had early in my time at the company. I was new to the company and wanted to learn more about the products. So, I took a few TST429 Platinum Transducers home and installed them in my sofa I put a DVD into the player, and started watching the original Jurassic Park movie.    Now, I had seen this movie many times and [...]

By |March 24th, 2021|

Subwoofers in Cinemas – The Problem No One Wants to Discuss

It’s the movie watching problem no-one wants to talk about, but someone needs to address. What is that problem? Subwoofers in Cinemas. And why are subwoofers a problem? Seat to seat volume variance. Let’s take a look at this problem and how to solve it.  Some years ago, I had the privilege, as part of a group from the Audio Engineering Society, of visiting NBC Universal Studios – Studio Post. [...]

By |March 18th, 2021|

Relaxation and Pain Reduction with Tactile Sound

You might be surprised to learn that many people use Tactile Sound Transducers to relax and feel better.  I’ll admit – most of the time we talk about the realism and excitement that Tactile Sound Transducers add to theme park rides, training simulators, gaming rigs, and home theaters. While lots of people want another adrenaline rush, there are a significant number of people [...]

By |March 3rd, 2021|

Isolation Feet – Everyone’s Happy

Did you know that low frequency sounds can make people miserable? I’m not talking about the low frequency sounds that you experience inside your home theater. I’m talking about the low frequency sounds that your media system broadcasts into the rest of your home or apartment building. Those wonderful effects like thunder and explosions in your home theater sound like invasive noise to people outside of your theater. Subwoofers [...]

By |February 24th, 2021|

Simulator Motion Systems – A False Belief

When my children were little, the local grocery store had a 40-year-old mechanical pony that cost one cent to ride. The grocery put out a cup with pennies so that all children could ride. The mechanics were simple, reflecting the 1950s technology used when the pony was manufactured. The horse rocked a little up and down and moved a little forward and back. My [...]

By |February 10th, 2021|
Do I need Isolation Feet for each chair in my home theater?2020-08-11T15:54:39-06:00

It depends on where the TSTs are located. Are the TSTs mounted directly to your chairs? Then we recommend you put isolation feet on those chairs. Are your TSTs mounted to a platform? Then we recommend you put isolation feet on the platform instead of the chairs.

How many isolation feet do I need?2020-08-11T15:54:05-06:00

You want to replace the existing feet of the chair or sofa with isolation feet.

Using a platform or riser? We recommend an isolation foot every 16 inches.

What are Isolation Feet for?2021-04-01T14:05:10-06:00

Isolation feet keep the tactile sound vibrations from leaking into the floor. This means that more of the TST’s output stay in the chair/platform. This improves the tactile experience.

Click here to watch the video.

Are TSTs used in wellness products?2020-08-11T15:50:51-06:00

Yes!  Clark Synthesis TSTs are used in therapy chairs, therapy beds, massage tables, etc. If you do a Google search for Vibroacoustic, you will find many products that contain Clark Synthesis TSTs.

What are Tactile Sound Transducers (TSTs)?2020-08-11T15:50:28-06:00

Clark Synthesis Tactile Sound Transducers (TSTs) transform pure audio as electrical energy into pure audio as vibrational energy.  TSTs are much more than shakers.  Shakers only make things shake.  TSTs faithfully reproduce audio signals bringing new levels of realism and enjoyment to VR spaces, Home Theaters, Simulators, Movie Theaters, etc.

Which isolation foot should I use?2020-08-11T14:30:27-06:00

Contact us about your application. We are delighted to make recommendations.

What is Tactile Sound?2020-08-11T14:27:50-06:00

Tactile Sound is pure audio that is felt through touch and is heard through bone conduction.

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