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#433231 - 09/08/19 05:43 PM VP180 not sitting on feet
dbinott Offline
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Is it ok if it is sitting on a stand that is only the length of the space in between the rubber feet?

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#433232 - 09/08/19 06:38 PM Re: VP180 not sitting on feet [Re: dbinott]
Mojo Offline
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My 160v4 is sitting that way. That cabinet is built tough. I have styro sandwiched under it to dampen any vibrations. The 160 is happy and I am happy too.
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#433233 - 09/09/19 07:24 PM Re: VP180 not sitting on feet [Re: dbinott]
brendo Offline
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As long as the feet are fully supported, so as not to fall.
Should help with having no boundaries close to the front baffle. Better speaker presentation being more open.

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#433234 - 09/09/19 07:41 PM Re: VP180 not sitting on feet [Re: dbinott]
Mojo Offline
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My 160's feet are dangling. Good point though about not extending the boundary beyond the front baffle.
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M2 coming
A-LFR/1000-8/500v4x2
1000-2,3,1500-3
100,160,QS10x2,800,M5x2,M3,M50 v4
had v2
N2,N3 maybe

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