Would a platform under the sub help with reflections? I think its called a subdude. Currently I have a flat response on my sub so not sure if it would help.
I hear you and hope I didn't waste money. I don't have the room rattling and sub does not shake. All I get is clean bass with pressure at high at high spl's. Oh well could improve something I suppose.I don't think there is much evidence that it makes bass tighter. I talked to Dr. Hsu and he he didn't think it would have a noticeable effect. I'd assume what does happen is that, through decoupling from the floor, and vibrations or sub movement on the floor are removed and that may make the bass sound cleaner...
Stupid question..when people say rattle do they literally mean the house rattles?Certainly no harm in trying it. I use them... Not sure how much they help with improving bass (all room variables removed), but the fact the subs are decoupled from the floor has helped reduce some rattle...