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yep....that empty table acts like a resonator. : )

The easiest fix is to attach rubber feet to the bottom of the rewinder stand. A bit of mechanical isolation help a lot.

I bought some cheap anti-fatigue mats and set my rewinders on top of them.

https://www.harborfreight.com/4-piece-anti-fatigue-foam-mat-set-94635.html

There is a very similar but more expensive product made for children's play areas that also works well.

https://www.samsclub.com/p/util-a-mat-commercial-grade-reversible-floor-mats-24-x-24-8-tiles/107930?xid=plp_product_1_2

I've had others tell me they use thick rubber door/entry mats under their rewinders. That seemed like a good idea to me as those are very heavy and still inexpensive.

Finally, I had one guy in the car audio business tell me he used a sound dampening mat on the underside of his enclosure/table. Never got a link to the exact product he used, but I suspect it was something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/uxcell-6-46sqft-Proofing-Insulation-Deadener/dp/B01KAD1XES/

BTW, while searching for the sound mat, I found this:

https://www.amazon.com/DEI-Boom-Spray-Sound-Deadening/dp/B012HIWB40/

Have never tried the stuff, but it seems interesting. After reading through the comments, it seems the product is very similar to spray-in truck bed liner.

https://www.amazon.com/Custom-Sprayable-Truck-Bedliner-Ounce/dp/B07MDL856C/