Do equipment stands have an impact on electronics?


Mechanical grounding or isolation from vibration has been a hot topic as of late.  Many know from experience that footers, stands and other vibration technologies impact things that vibrate a lot like speakers, subs or even listening rooms (my recent experience with an "Energy room").  The question is does it have merit when it comes to electronics and if so why?  Are there plausible explanations for their effect on electronics or suggested measurement paradigms to document such an effect?
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The motion of the bristles of the broom used to sweep shear under the carpet actually generates more shear. But Geoff you know that right? Tom  
Yes Every single product has a defined rate of vibration. Using devices as a Hrs platform on a Hrs rack made a huge difference in my system. You must try Every product in your system. 

theaudiotweak
The motion of the bristles of the broom used to sweep shear under the carpet actually generates more shear. But Geoff you know that right? Tom

Very good, Tom, that was almost a complete sentence. You know, the difference between my solution to the whole vibration problem and the SS solution is that mine is a COMPLETE SOLUTION whereas the SS solution is only a PARTIAL SOLUTION. in fact, by your own words, you guys PURPUSEFULLY IGNORE ALL LOW FREQUENCY VIBRATION. Dudes! Huh! What!

The only good vibration is a dead vibration.

An ordinary man has no means of deliverance.

geoff kait
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But Geoff your methods kill all vibration..in your own words. 

By killing all vibration with your indiscriminate design and methods you are eliminating some or all parts of motion that are needed for both speaker and phono reproduction as well as restricting operational directions in all other devices. I hope you understand...or if you don't you can keep looking for another 21 years. Tom