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#3285 - 06/01/02 04:35 AM Rubber feet?
jquark Offline
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Registered: 05/21/02
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Hey everyone.

Just got my M22s today...factory outlet ( It took me a while to find a flaw; turns out the finish doesn't look great on a small cirle on the side of one speaker, about 1/16 " diamter)- Simply amazing... I am in love with them!

I noticed two small squares of rubber with 4 circular shapes in them. Am I correct in assumming that these are to be put on the bottom corners of my speakers to limit vibrations?

Thanks

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#3286 - 06/01/02 07:23 AM Re: Rubber feet?
b_man Offline
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Registered: 01/25/02
Posts: 64
Loc: Illinois, USA
You would be correct about the "feet". I never put mine on. The M22's really don't move on the SS16 stands unless it's on purpose (cleaning, etc.). The "feet" may work okay if you are using the M22 on a larger, flat surface.

b_man

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