This is a recoil stabilizer. What that literally means is that it'll prevent your monitor from moving due to vibrations in the surface of where the monitor is placed. This is good as too much movement will potentially allow the monitor to fall, almost certainly causing damage. While this is the primary use of this device, it's got a lot more benefits than simply keeping your monitor in place. For one, it helps the monitors achieve their full potential. It'll absorb the low end as well as much of the other frequencies, and that will result in a much clearer mix. The problem with monitors quite often is that they tend to have a problem with the low end vibrating through the surface that they are placed on top of. Not only do these prevent that from occurring but they also tighten up the low end quite a bit and make it a lot clearer to listen to. This effect will work regardless of where you are listening, but will definitely be more pronounced in a room that is geared for mixing. That said, these are really effective for home studios as those rooms will certainly need to be as fixed up as possible to ensure good mixing. They won't magically transform a room with poor acoustics into a mixing room but they'll certainly help quite a bit.
This will take your mixing capabilities and monitoring capabilities up a notch. What's best about it is that it'll do this for a very little cost! They only cost a hundred bucks and that's a pretty phenomenal deal if you ask me! Considering that they're slowly making their way into all the major studios now that everybody knows how good they are, you may see a markup in price so I'd say that you are better off getting them soon!
The Primacoustic RX7 Recoil Stabilizers are isolation pads for your studio monitors. These are definitely the best isolation pads out there that I've used before, as there's really nothing like them. I don't own these pads at home, but I've worked as an assistant at the studio that I work at with an engineer who always brings these in. He swears by these pads and says that they are the single product that you can use to boost your studio up a few notches. In the age of home studios, something like this has never been more important, as many home studio owners are working in environments that aren't properly treated. Even when you are in a situation where you're working in a properly treated room, these can work wonders. I've heard a few different sets of monitors on these, including ProAc Studio 100's for the most part. These are similar in concept to the Auralex MoPads, but the execution on these is better as they're more sturdy and provide more treatment. I have the Auralex MoPads at home, and even though I like them a lot, these are way more adequate. Of course with this comes a bigger price tag, but when you consider what you're getting with the RX7 Recoil Stabilizers and the job that they will do for you, the price really isn't outlandish at all. In fact, this is one of the best ways you treat your home or professional studio, and at a very little cost relatively. The pads come in a few different sizes and in both a flat and angled version, so depending on what monitors you're looking to use these for it, they should have one that fits all different sizes of monitors. If you're looking for the ultimate treatment for your studio monitors, look no further than the Primacoustic RX7 Recoil Stabilizers.