The sound of every turntable we've tested, whether suspended or not, has been greatly improved by coupling the table with our massive brass footers-particularly when replacing the original rubber, plastic, spiked or elastomer-damped metal feet. There's a hitch, though. On turntables with wood box-type bases (such as Linn, VPI, Garrard 301/401, Sota, Thorens, AR, Denon, Rek-O-Kut, etc.), the box frame is too thin to properly mount onto our 2" or 3" diameter footers.
Our Threaded Triplepoint Adapter Kit solves the problem. It's three (or four) 3"x3"x2" maple corner blocks, each predrilled for a Threaded Heavyfoot plus the footers to go with the blocks. You simply glue a maple block to the inside of each box frame corner, flush with the bottom of the frame for invisibility. The blocks form a perfect mount for the footers while stiffening the box frame. Your turntable table will have a new musicality: thrilling dynamics, subterranean bass, shimmering treble clarity and harmonic detail.