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I've employed Sistrum-SP101 stands for my speakers for a while now. To my ears they seem to free up the sound from them, allowing them to sound more natural.
is this a new pair of speakers ? if so it could be the speakers are breaking in.take a look at these.http://www.isoacoustics.com/products/gaia-series/a/b demo.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rfp9jem7Hho&t=18s
you would need 2 orders of the gaia 1's and 2 orders of the spikes.https://www.crutchfield.com/p_892GAIASP1/IsoAcoustics-GAIA-I-Carpet-Spikes.htmlhere's testimony from an 802d customer.www.isoacoustics.com/product-feedback/gaia-i-customer-bw-802d-customer-feedback/
they look like a tripping hazard !
When posting about spikes, please specify floor substrate (OSB/plywood on wooden joists, concrete slab on grade, etc.). Makes all the difference.
I was just thinking that JLM would want to know...Earlier in my audio journey spikes that had worked wonders in my suspended floor home didn't make much difference on a concrete slab floor. But then all was well again when I moved back to suspended wood floors. I couldn't make sense of this until there was Audio Circle.
I agree. That is why it is important to specify the substrate under speakers. Same goes for footers and equipment isolation on racks. I find spikes only work on carpet over concrete if the spikes reach all the way to the concrete. Many factory-supplied spikes fall short-literally. Some are too fat. If the spikes reach concrete they are an improvement over no spikes in my experience.
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