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Subwoofer on spikes?

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by Sunil, Aug 1, 2003.

  1. Sunil

    Sunil
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    I assumed a subwoofer would sound best on its supplied spikes on a wooden floor. However, REL's setup guide says "Generally speaking, do not use the supplied spikes." Is this true?
     
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    i dont use spikes. i use 4 of those little medicine dispensers. i dont have a rel though.....only the velodyne vx10.
     
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    I am sure that it doesn't make much difference (if any). I used spikes in my REL days and wonder why they supply them if they recommend that you don't use them.

    If you have a wooden floor don't put the spikes directly in it but use something like pennies to stop the spikes damaging the floor
     

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