For some reason, audiophiles are willing to spend tons of money on things that are very obviously not worth it. More than almost any other product category, high-end audio accessories tend towards the ridiculous. Case in point: this $650 "vibration neutralizer."
Yes, it's a board that you put your stereo equipment on that claims that it reduces vibrations. And everybody knows that vibrations ruin music! Made of teak and rosewood with a dense MDF wood substrate, the two available versions of Kripton's boards are both very heavy. The Kripton AB-3200 "weighs in at ~33 lbs, can support gear up to ~330 lbs, and is actually priced at ~$442." Then there's the AB-5200, "which weighs in at ~52 lbs, will set you back ~$650." Either way, that's a lot of money for a weirdly heavy plank of wood. But hey, anything to make that Captain Beefheart record sound perfect, right?