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  1. DIY Speakers
    I'm at the budget end of the audio spectrum and have relied on cheap tweaks to attempt to pull the most out of my system. My main speakers are tall thin columns and I've secured 18" square concrete slabs under them to provide more mass and to prevent them toppling (cats). The floor is a...
  2. System Setup and Connection
    We have not a wooden floor but floor tiles. Under my Klipsch sub there are four little 2mm thin rubber pieces, this stands now on this floor. My Klipsch floorspeakers are on spikes on this floor. Would it be better to put the sub on thicker rubber silencers or leave it as it is? Sometimes it...
  3. System Setup and Connection
    I have 3 PSB Image C60 and 2 S50 surrounds. My new years resolution was to improve my home theater setup, and I want to begin by getting the speakers off the ground. I think I'll build some simple plywood speaker stands, but I need advice on how the speaker will sit on the top of the stands. I...
  4. DIY Speakers
    Danny, I am looking for a set of 4 spikes for a CC speaker stand I am building. I was wondering if you could tell me what the dimensions are for the ones you offer - I am mostly concerned with the height so I can cut my posts to length. Thanks! Joe
  5. Remotes | Cables | Accessories | Tweaks
    I Have a pair of low end Def Tech towers. The spikes that came with the speakers are not long enough to make contact with sub-floor due to thickness of carpet and pad. Although these speakers are the best speakers I have ever owned I do no they are not the best. Because I have heard better. I...
  6. Home Audio Speakers
    about adding a 5th one directly in the center. Any comments or has anyone done this before??? I figure it couldn't hurt and its one of those thoughts I won't be able to shake off until I just do it.:nerd:
  7. SVSound
    Is anyone using carpet spikes on this cylinder sub? Does it make a difference in how it performs? I'd like to try some but I am wondering about how stable the sub would be and how they would attach to the bottom plate. How do I remove the rubber pads on the base?
  8. Home Audio Speakers
    Hi everyone, My living-room has hardwood floors and right now I have my speakers sitting on the floor without the spikes as they cause damage to the floor (not ideal). Is there a good alternative to this, are there ways to still use some sort of spike that does not dig into the hardwood? And...
  9. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Im just wondering what the consensus is on if a sub box should be spiked. I would think it would be a good idea for strength and tranfer of energy, but then again my box/sub will weigh in at about 60 pounds. Thus i would think i would need atleast 6 spikes to distribute the weight around...
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