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Question Subwoofer feet?

jaykay001

Standard Member
Hi all,

I'm after some advice on feet for my subwoofer. It's a Mordaunt Short Alumni 9, and way back when I purchased it, I think is came with feet. Now after it moved house with me, they seem to vanished.

Can anyone suggest something suitable? I'm not after anything particularly fancy, or expensive, just something to lift it slightly off the floor.

Thanks in advance
 

jaykay001

Standard Member
Hi.

The feet were never originally attached, as where I originally had it, it was placed on its side. There are no threaded holes on the bottom. Not sure how they ever it attach? Stuck on presumably.

Those ones linked look like they would do the job though.
 
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Deleted member 598831

Guest
On the alumini sub there should be small pilot holes underneath. They just screw into that. Some rubber door stoppers should do the job.
 
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Deleted member 598831

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koem

Standard Member
Hi all,

I'm after some advice on feet for my subwoofer. It's a Mordaunt Short Alumni 9, and way back when I purchased it, I think is came with feet. Now after it moved house with me, they seem to vanished.

Can anyone suggest something suitable? I'm not after anything particularly fancy, or expensive, just something to lift it slightly off the floor.

Thanks in advance

I use a kind of for feet called "VT Feet Type 15" from Valhalla Technology www.valhalla-technology.dk . They work excellent, are easy and practical. As they say themselves: Vibration dampening, Sound improving, Self adhesive.
 

MemX

Well-known Member
I use a kind of for feet called "VT Feet Type 15" from Valhalla Technology www.valhalla-technology.dk . They work excellent, are easy and practical. As they say themselves: Vibration dampening, Sound improving, Self adhesive.
They're not exactly cheap...
 

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