Hi Danny and all Audio Circle members.
When I first started this (new) topic,
it was about Danny’s - V1 speakers that I own and like
and I wanted to know if the top coaxial portion and bottom subwoofer portion would improve the sound if separated by spikes.
As usual all the posts quickly drifted to something else, not that I mind; I always learn something out of an audio drift.
To come back to the reason of my original post, if Danny’s V1 are built according to or exceeding Danny’s specs, there should not be any problem of the woofer section transmitting bad vibrations to the top coaxial section, right?
Now other concerns are spikes for speakers.
Those are my conclusions, after reading all the posts of the Audio Circle members and searching on the web:
Spikes for speakers are good if on wood floor, so that the spikes can penetrate a little the wood, right?
Spikes on carpet, can be good is underneath you have a wood floor and the spikes reach the wood floor, right?
Spikes on ceramic floor is no good as it will only skid or scratch the ceramic surface, right?
Those little pennies that you put under the spikes are made of metal and will also glide or skid…, right?
Rubber pucks (Similar to the one used for the hockey game… I use that example, because I am a Canadian and our national sport is hockey.) might be good if they are hard, low profile and doesn’t slip on the floor, however, the rubber puck will not transmit the vibrations of the enclosure to the floor.
An audio rack and/or a turntable need to be isolated from the vibrating floor with spikes or some other isolating device, right.
Products available are:
Spikes, rubber donuts and/or a combination of the two.
Bernie’s offer all those products, therefore I will consider buying from him especial that all is offering is Made in USA, that’s why I find his products a little expensive, but I am a promoter of made in USA or Canada products.
Agree or don’t agree + I am right or I am wrong,
Please let me know or educate me further more.