Decoupling gliders, or little fat glider?

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robcentola

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Decoupling gliders, or little fat glider?
« on: 6 Mar 2014, 02:10 pm »
Just curious as to what I would want for Salk Songtowers with spikes. I need to be able to slide them back and forth from the front wall. The spikes are slightly uneven on one speaker to I'm thinking the LFG could eliminate any shake.

Anybody?

robcentola

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Re: Decoupling gliders, or little fat glider?
« Reply #1 on: 6 Mar 2014, 02:25 pm »
Nevermind. Not for spikes I just read.

Herbie

Re: Decoupling gliders, or little fat glider?
« Reply #2 on: 6 Mar 2014, 02:52 pm »
Cone/Spike Decoupling Gliders are ideal for use between the stock Songtower spikes and floor. If the spikes are uneven and you're not able to adjust, replacing the spikes with Threaded Stud Gliders would be perfect; you'll have the superb isolation/decoupling, easy mobility of the speakers, plus individual height adjustability.

(With superb isolation/decoupling with Herbie's dBNeutralizer-based loudspeaker isolation products, there's often no real need for spikes at all. Little Fat Gliders or Giant Fat Gliders can be used in place of spikes altogether.)

Steve Herbelin
Herbie's Audio Lab

robcentola

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Re: Decoupling gliders, or little fat glider?
« Reply #3 on: 6 Mar 2014, 03:29 pm »
Hey thanks for the reply. This is something to think about. I'll be grabbing something here soon......just need to decide :)