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Old 7th February 2013, 01:03 AM   #11
cT equals piD is offline cT equals piD  United States
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In one of my books on audio I found one paragraph on spikes. Apparently the idea behind spikes is not isolation, but rather to prevent movement of the speaker.

Given what Kmossman has to say about the vibrations that a sub can produce, putting a two-way system with spiked feet on top of a sub-woofer would be a tremendously bad idea!

Rather instead, perhaps a better idea would be to bolt the two-way and sub-woofer together, such as T-nuts in the top panel of the sub-woofer and bolts thru the floor of the two-way system. That way, with some difficulty, the two-way system could still be separated from the sub-woofer.

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