surround in a kitchen sub advice please.

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  1. eyebrows

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    Hi all :)
    I tend to spend most sundays stood in the kitchen watching Touring cars or F1.
    I have a 19" tv in there.

    I've had enough of the poor sound quality so brought a cheap panasonic surround system/dvd player. Nothing special just so i can hear whats going on whilst i cook a roast ;)

    The sub should fit on top of the cupboards but i'm worried about it making glasses and plates rattle. Any ideas how to stop this happening?

    There's not a lot of space in the kitchen so would prefer it above the cupboards.
    I could possably make a bracket which is fixed to the wall holding it just above the units.

    As you can see from the pic i don't have much space.

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    Thanks in advance Paul
     
  2. Rich Marshall

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    I've got mine on top of the kitchen cupboard sitting on some quite stiff foam pads - the kind of foam kids swim floats are made of, it was actually packaging foam from something.
    Works great :smashin:
     

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