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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-26-2019, 12:15 AM - Thread Starter
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Pretty much done, just ignore the power cables my psu and cablemod cables didnt show up for the weekend. ill make something to block the unused io slots and something to hide the wires up the top of the fans.

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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-03-2019, 02:41 AM
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I would paint/switch those black fittings.. they disturb the uniformity of it all..


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Those spikes are not used for decoupling, but instead for "coupling".
The spikes transfer the vibrations to the underground in order to increase "precision" of the speakers.
If that's a massive stone floor, then great. If you have a light wooden floor, you should use a thick granite plate to set the speakers onto. (because that has a super high density and will basically "swallow" the vibrations, whereas a light wooden floor will transport them everywhere in the room)

For decoupling, I would use a thick foam mat (i.e. the ones used to decouple laundry machines from the floor).


If you want to go bonkers with the decoupling, use the spikes on a 2-3 inch thick marble plate (because white marble is the *****!) and put that on a slim foam mat so that all the vibrations gets transferred into the marble and stay there.
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@Sharangir thank you for the correction !
I saw long spikes which are used to decrease surface vibration area by literally making it float as best as possible
There either may be different definitions of those type of feats - i don't know fully

But what i do know is, they look great and actually help with vibration separation

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