Dynaudio C1/Stand4

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Dynaudio C1/Stand4
« on: 10 Feb 2016, 07:05 pm »
Hello, with a several part question:

Speakers: Dynaudio C1, coupled to the Stand 4 (bottom of speaker plinth rests on supporting tubes-not filled-and are coupled to the tubes with threaded short rods).

Floor:  Finished wood, suspended.

Bottom of Stand 4:  elongated spikes...removable?

With the speakers screwed on to the custom Stand 4, there is no apparent way to isolate the speaker from the stand, although it is more immune to being knocked off the stand by visiting young tykes.

So I suppose the only way to isolate it from suspended wood floor, and protect the floor, are pucks, gliders, or ?  What are your suggestions?


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Re: Dynaudio C1/Stand4
« Reply #1 on: 11 Feb 2016, 03:29 pm »
A Cone/Spike Decoupling Glider under each of the stand spikes will do very well, providing excellent isolation of the speaker/stand configuration plus providing for easy mobility of the speakers/stands when needed. By taming some of the cabinet vibration and preventing floor borne resonances from reverberating back up the spikes, you should get a more linear and faithful rendering of the music with less glare and grunge, subtle sonic improvements throughout the audio spectrum and probably a bit better definition with the bass.

Steve Herbelin
Herbie's Audio Lab