Cone decoupler or threaded Stud glider

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Ctro

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Cone decoupler or threaded Stud glider
« on: 25 Mar 2016, 07:16 pm »
I have Martin Logan Vistas.  Floor is wood over concert slab foundation.   I was wondering if the cone decoupler or threaded glider would work better.  My initial thought was to use the threaded glider with longer studs in the rear to help facilitate panel tilt.  Any thoughts?

Thanks

Herbie

Re: Cone decoupler or threaded Stud glider
« Reply #1 on: 26 Mar 2016, 02:41 pm »
Cone/Spike Decoupling Gliders and Threaded Stud Gliders provide equally excellent loudspeaker isolation, just different approaches to the same solution. Threaded Stud Gliders can of course provide more latitude with height, leveling, tilt.

Steve
Herbie's Audio Lab

plastico

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Re: Cone decoupler or threaded Stud glider
« Reply #2 on: 5 Jun 2016, 08:43 pm »
Just got my Threaded Stud Gliders for my Golden Ear Triton Two's. My floors are suspended wood/carpet. I had these speakers on spikes, slabs of granite and just on their rubber feet. Put the gliders on and just on the carpet and its like an instant expensive upgrade! Great product Steve! I finally found the answer to my loudspeaker isolation problem! :thumb:
Cheers, Doug

plastico

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Re: Cone decoupler or threaded Stud glider
« Reply #3 on: 6 Jun 2016, 12:00 am »
Like someone mentioned in another thread, bass and midrange is MUCH better!  8)
Cheers Doug

audioguy213

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Re: Cone decoupler or threaded Stud glider
« Reply #4 on: 6 Jun 2016, 12:05 am »
my fat gliders arrive tomorrow and I hope to replicate your success with them.

plastico

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Re: Cone decoupler or threaded Stud glider
« Reply #5 on: 6 Jun 2016, 01:06 am »
I hummed and howed about getting these for a while, and I'm glad I got them now! I am sure you will experience the same improvements as myself. 
Cheers, Doug