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Subwoofer on laminate

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by stefmcd, Jan 21, 2005.

  1. stefmcd

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    Should I remove the speaker feet/spikes?

    Just set up my system and placed the sub towards a corner - very boomy effect. Spikes or positioning? THing is the sub looks cool on the spikes and they are not sharp enough to damage floor but if they're spoiling sound then they have to go.
    Its a CAnton CD1 system btw.


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  2. Ian J

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    Try moving it out of the corner. I doubt whether it is the spikes making it boomy but more likely positioning, setup or a comnination of both.
     
  3. Ed Selley

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    Keep the spikes and splash out 8p on 4 2p coins to put underneath them.
     
  4. Mylo

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    Try putting some thing heavy on top of the sub as well. Laminate floor can be a pain as I've found out already.
     
  5. y220186

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    Might try the something heavy on top as mine travels around the room on its own.
     

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