"sandwich" platform for amps

I want ot build a "sandwich" platform for my monoblock amps. I undrstand a "sandwich" approach is best, that is, maybe 3" of acoustic foam layered between either mdf or maple wood shelves. Where dos one buy acoustic foam, and what kind is best; I know it must be very dense. Thanks, larry
I used mdf and screwed through it 8 3" brass screws using the tips of the screws as "spikes" then placed a litely inflated 12" intertube with another piece of mdf, sand bags, my dvd player and more sand on top. Works well and can be made for $20 from supplies ate home depot
I used Dynamat sandwiched between 3/4" MDF. Dynamat is a vibration damping material sold at auto sound places (Circuit City, etc.). It has adhesive on one side and I used spray adhesive on the other to bond to the second sheet of MDF
What a monumental waste of time.
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If you want a project get a roll of 1/4 inch acoustic lead soundproofing and sandwich it with mdf or oiled teak wood if you want. If you hear a sonic improvement you are like me,full of shit and a stupidaso. Enjoy the Hobby, I am getting ready to clean all my connections, even those I don't use.
Hey Stu, here I thought you could just cook...shows how stupid most of your preconceptions are. Did something similar with lead, felt and mdf and now I'm happily full of shit myself. Cheers
Shalom Detlof,
What is it that you did with lead, felt and mdf? Many people are also advocating Maple as a good platform. Nice to see your post. Cheers, Larry