Thread: Cooling Fans

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Post by Iain August 13, 2015 (21 of 21)
AmonRa said:

Giving speakers a solid grip on the floor instead of wobbling on a carpet can improve things marginally, any spikes will do there equally well. ...

Where cones come into their own is with large and heavy sub-woofers. Accept no substitutes there, as you want as much room de-coupling and stability as you can get with those beasts.

Not sure of spikes for large speakers, but I use speaker stands with micro-cones on top and spikes on the bottom, all round. Much improved imaging and transparency with that configuration. Top quality bookshelf speakers are a prerequisite, however.

However we're getting off-topic here, but I just wanted to add my 2p. : )

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