1) In all audio systems, sound is created by movement of loudspeaker membranes emitting a sound wave in the air.
2) Speakers membranes move through a coil, generally with magnets, which receive electric current from electronics.
3) Electronics have the task of encoding and amplifying electrical signal to be sent to loudspeakers, which are connected to the domestic electricity network.
4) This electrical signal or electric current is carried by connection cables up to the coils of loudspeakers, which excited by electric pulses, push membranes back and forth in the air until a sound wave is obtained.
We can say in a Hi-Fi systems, to emit a sound (sound wave) the only factor can make this happen is only and exclusively the electric current circulates inside electronic components and cables in that hi-fi system, then, to vary the sound it must necessarily vary electric current that reaches the coils of loudspeakers. This variation will cause membranes to move in the air more rapidly or more slowly, producing a different sound wave and consequently a different sound.
All objects (Hi-Fi tables of any type, stands, feet or accessories of any kind, device chassis, etc...), which are in contact with electrical components of our Hi-Fi system, interact with them influencing electric current circulating inside components themselves, consequently modifying the sound wave.
Omicron stabilizers and feet dissipate these negative and pernicious energies that affect the sound, interacting with electric current that flows inside components, transforming them into mechanical energy. Final result will be a much more clean and natural sound, free of mechanically and electrically induced distortions.