Vibrapods under Bright Star for VPI Scout

I'm entertaining the idea of further isolating my VPI Scout by using vibrapods under my Bright Star Big Rock 3. The table currently sits on the BigRock 3 filled with sand with a noticeable improvement over the stock top shelf of my audio rack. I wonder if placing vibrapods (# 3) would further improve the isolation? Has anyone experienced this set up? I'd appreciate any comments.

Myself, I have a the VPI Scoutmaster. First I started with a BDR kit under the table. Worked good.

Tried the Brightstar and it gave me a diffent sound, better isolation.

But I got the best result using a Gingko Cloud 11 under the VPI.

My 2 cents
I went from a Brightstar Big Rock to a Gingko Cloud 11 for my Scoutmaster. I am very happy with the results this change brought about.
Hi All,

We do not recommend any compliant material between a component and the Plinth (top plate) of the Big Rock. The Big Rock is designed to absorb and dissipate unwanted vibration and resonance from the chassis of the component. Any compliant material will impede the flow of unwanted energy out of the component.

We strongly recommend that our IsoNode feet be placed under a Big Rock for further improvements in performance.

Best Regards,


Barry Kohan
Bright Star Audio
I've found that Vibrapods suck the life out of the music if used beneath turntables and cd players, while working quite well beneath amps and preamps.--Mrmitch