0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. Read 5452 times.
If possible avoid stones, granite are too dense, it will enhance sub 30-40Hz freq IMO.Use real wood in one piece of slab or several strips of wood glued side by side.My 2 cents.Obs.: I also give up use wood boxes filled w/sand.
Hi, pstrisik. Regardless of platform material, the isolation/decoupling interface between the platform and component is virtually always most essential. For the components mentioned, Herbie's regular Tenderfoot isolation feet between each component and platform in place of the stock feet should be ideal.The interface between platform and shelf is also important; regular grungebuster Dots are an excellent decoupling interface between platform and shelf.Best regards,SteveHerbie's Audio Lab
Hi, I'm one of those who has spike-coupled speakers to granite slabs, &, yep, getting some glare, etc ...My Elac FS249BE floorstanders are 30+kgs. Which Herbie product is likely to work best here? Easiest to simply put the spikes onto an isolation product, though non-spiked is an option.
Why are you doing this? would you not be better off spiking your speakers to the floor? The object is to remove cabinet resonance, so you need to have a coupling to a drain field (your floor). Isolating the speaker will make it sound even more muddied, IMO.
Page created in 0.073 seconds with 28 queries.