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Old 28th March 2004, 10:42 PM   #1
Joe04 is offline Joe04  United States
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Default Audio stand???

I've been looking for plans for a DIY audio stand. I posted earlier:


I am very much interested in the "X" design of the flex-stand. However, i have read a lot about vibration feet, such as the ones from BrightStar Audio. Am i better off with the "X" design without the feet or a regular "square" design with absorption feet?

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Old 28th March 2004, 11:26 PM   #2
r0cket- is offline r0cket-  United States
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No reason you can't do both. I recall that TNT Audio suggested using pumice blocks under the feet of the flexy table.

One thing to consider with the X design is that you probably lose some of the damping qualities of the regular flexy table design, as there's less surface area to apply damping material to.
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