We've talked about this in the past, but not in a long while. Conventional wisdom seems to hold that wall mounting a turntable to a solid structural wall or studs would provide adequate isolation from music-induced vibrations. Because of lack of space in my single audio rack, I was pretty much forced into using this Rega wall mount for my P3-24: This mount fits my table perfectly, and I was able to secure it to two wall studs with 4" screws. It is very secure! While listening to a spirited session of Pearl Jam's Vs. LP this evening, I happened to touch the plinth, and noticed it was picking up a fair amount of bass vibrations. I had read somewhere about a method where you stop the record, sit the stylus in the groove, and gently tap the plinth until you hear a sound. I did this, and could hear sound from the speakers at even a moderate volume. So, my question is: how much does this impact the sound? Is there an easy fix, considering I'm really forced to use the wall mounting method for my table. Could it even be helping a bit? I get pretty good solid bass from my turntable, could the vibrations be coloring the sound?