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Do you insulate Your lounge legs with Rubber for Shakers

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I would like that members that have experience with Tactile Transducers shakers can answer this for me.
We have a Dayton SA 230 Sub Amp with 4 Aura-Sound AST -2B Shaker where the main lounge that has 2 Shakers and either side chairs share one shaker each (Plug in cabling goes between lounge and Chairs) and all woks successfully for one year but what I would like to know is DO YOU INSULATE THE LEGS GOING from the lounge to the Floor (Carper and Concrete).
Our House has Concrete Floor, and the main Lounge has 6 Legs Measurement are 2 1/2 inch Square by 2 inch high (4 legs for the Side chairs either side) and they are supported by a single screw up the middle
screwing into the lounge.
Now what I would like to know what Insulation can I use to Insulate the Lounge from the Concrete floor (Carpet in between) so the Shakers can work Better as someone has told me yesterday that you must Insulate the Lounge and the Chairs from the Carpet/Concrete floor. What Can I do?. Can I use thick Rubber 1/4 or 1/2 inch in between the Square legs and the Lounge to insulate it this way
Any help Appreciated for this issue
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