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Standard version MiGs offer a slightly warmer balance while the MiG 2.0 delivers music with added refinement and air. You can also combine MiG and MiG 2.0 under different components where say, subwoofers are used with standard MiG’s while MiG 2.0’s are used with electronics. Listening notes: comparing MiG’s to isolation footers based on dampening principals, you hear music that is more dynamic and spacial whereas dampening footers tend to sound flat and lack in dynamic extension. Sound stage scale also tends to be compressed when absorption footers are used. Isolation footers based primarily on draining mechanical vibration to ground tend to sound bright with less sound stage layering and mid-range warmth when compared to MiG’s. Lastly, if your system is decked out with SR Tech, your best possible footers will most likely be MiG’s as they work on similar principals and have a similar house sound to SR cables, power products, and acoustic treatments.
The original MiG or Mechanical Interface Ground is a superb footer that excels with a warm natural balance that can be tuned through two placement options to best match your system. Placing just one or two sets of MiG’s under your components can deliver a significant increase in sound staging with a balanced to slightly warm tonal balance.