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Good sub isolation

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by Mroizouk, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. Mroizouk

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    Hi all

    I will soon be taking delivery of an SVS PB12-ultra/2. Any tips on sound isolation for it?
    I've read mixed things about gramma isolation platforms.
    My diy solution was concrete slabs on the floor, a sheet of rubber and then a sheet of mdf directly under the sub.

    What do you reckon?
     
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    Auralex gramma's are superb for suspended floors, however that said I seem to recall someone saying that they don't work on downward firing subs. Though I can't see why not, assuming the sub has a baseplate like the SVS does....
     
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    Thanks guys! I'll the the packaging first, seeing as it's free and i don't have to lug concrete upstairs!
     

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