Raise your subwoofer up to its full performance potential. The SubTrap is more than a simple isolation stand. In addition to isolation, it absorbs excess bass and decouples your sub-woofer from room modes. Only from ASC.
You were trying to reach the musical blue sky but you ended up with the subwoofer blues. There it is, moaning and groaning on the floor, up against a wall or in a corner. Maybe deep bass is supposed to sound this way, drab, sluggish and boring. You keep the volume turned down and the crossover set low so your sub can “support” the bottom end without drowning out the music. And sometimes it seems like it’s almost not worth the effort.
Subwoofers actually do play a musical bass line. By getting the sub up off the floor and onto a SubTrap, you finally get to hear the sub woofer. The SubTrap floats the sub off the floor to eliminate sympathetic structural vibration and at the same time adds a bass trap to damp the buildup of room modes that couple to the subwoofer.