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Old 7th May 2002, 05:35 AM   #11
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yo,
do you guys have any tips for leavaling these things.....
i mean i have a tile floor and it is a bitch to leaval this thing every time i move it a little......
and it it is not leavaled just right it rattles because one of the spikes is not in full contact with the base.....
is this something i am going to have to live with or is their something i can do to make it easer to leaval?
note: if you guys didnt know tile floors are uneven and my tiles are textured so mine is even more un leaval as a not textured tile floor would be......

once abain thanks for the complements......

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Old 7th May 2002, 06:22 AM   #12
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Default I have the perfect idea

Hey long time ago my dad had this little level for his record player it is round some ar big some ar small you can buy them for cheap what it is is a little center level that is what you need you put it on the top and when the little bubble is in the center it is level have a look around there perfect that is what i use to level my audio stand..

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Old 8th May 2002, 02:19 AM   #13
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If the plate amp isn't too heavy, you could just use one spike at the rear in the middle. 3 solid points of contact would never require leveling.
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Old 8th May 2002, 07:04 PM   #14
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I second using three spikes. I would move one of the rear spikes to the middle of the enclosure. If the ecosure is very heavy you should stick with four spikes (or if it's really heavy like mine, 375lbs, four spikes don't cut it). Are those PE spikes on the bottom?

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Old 13th May 2002, 12:04 PM   #15
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gigi , talking for subs and pictures of them do you have your sub posted on the net? Infact i'm bilding my own, the sub is almost ready (there are some cosmetics) and i am still making it's amp. So, i am looking for ideas.



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