MINI Ringmat Dome

MINI Ringmat Domes

Use RINGMAT DOMES under loudspeakers, turntables, CD players (also DVD, SACD, and all transports, DACs, etc.), amplifiers, tuners, video machines, all other items of hi-fi or A/V equipment, and all supporting platforms, shelves etc.

RINGMAT DOMES can be used on their own and will generally outperform most other isolation point support products. They perform even better in conjunction with STATFEET.

Nevertheless, for best results directly under speakers and equipment, they should be used with RINGMAT FEET (which include a STATFOOT with every set).


Product Description

Each DOME is made of compressed cork. It has the shape and appearance of a cone but without a ‘point’ at the top.

Each set of Ringmat Domes contains one denser blue speckled Dome where the cork has a synthetic rubber binder. [paragragh]Full instructions for use are included in every pack of 3 or 4 domes

For weights up to 13kg, the MINI Domes have a nominal diameter of 21mm and a height of approx. 9.5mm.

Where a higher profile is required, use the SMALL Domes or the LARGE Domes.

When used in conjunction with RINGMAT FEET, DOMES can enable loudspeakers to provide a sound quality which is superior to that using traditional spikes.

This concept was first passed to us by the Danish hi-fi manufacturer Holfi, when they were trying the RINGMAT FEET under loudspeakers, but they needed an additional component to fit between the underside of the speaker and the top of the FEET.

RINGMAT DOMES were conceived as being the best solution, whereupon it was then established that they outperformed cones and most other forms of isolation point support under all sorts of components and in the support of platforms, shelving systems, etc.

Whilst using three DOMES instead of four may sometimes result in a superior sound quality, such arrangements are less secure.

This is a particularly important consideration with regard to loudspeakers. Therefore, when considering whether to use three or four DOMES, bear in mind the increased risk of accident when using three DOMES.