Blu-Tack Coupling & Damping Compound

Blu-Tack Coupling & Damping Compound


  • $9.99


BLU-TACK is a tacky, flexible, resistive damping compound typically used in audio as coupling between speakers and stands. It is primarily used between the bottom of the speakers and the top plate of the stands. The mechanical coupling is similar to the results obtained with spikes but without the the scratch and damage. Additionally, since BLU-TACK adheres to both surfaces, this serves as excellent speaker protection from shifting or worse (falling from the stands) if knocked.

The BLU-TACK coupling can be removed by rotating the speaker on the stand. It can be reused. BLU-TACK has many other uses such as holding up posters, cards or photos on a wall. It holds parts while soldering, holds screws to the tip of a screwdriver, even create art, etc. One package is enough to do many pairs of loudspeakers.


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