I just got a beautiful used pair of Genesis 6.1 speakers. There are no mounting holes for cones/etc. The original owner
just put them on carpet but never was able to get the best out of them. According to the white papers on their web site on the
topic of speaker setup, it is recommended to wring the most from any speakers, the actual positional geometry in any plane can and should be
made by listening after adjustments of as little as 1/10", with musical selections to illustrate what can change when not sounding correct.
Being retired with too much time on my hands, but owning a few laser measuring tools, I am determined to give it a try. These outriggers with the big height
adjustment handles looks like just the ticket, but I am not convinced that their spiked cones cones are really the best possible way to go. The speakers weigh
135# each and their electronics package rides in the rear just above the speaker bottom. This package is a plate amplifier on steroids, including all crossovers plus
a 500w class D amp and a servo mechanism to control a pair of 12" side-firing woofers that are also at the bottom, just forward of the electronics. I am concerned that
all the side to side shaking from the woofs will not be reduced by floor-spiking alone. These speakers are ruthless in showing off setup and
equipment problems upstream. Any suggestions would be appreciated.