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Old 10-20-2018, 02:23 PM
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I installed them on my Avalons a couple of weeks ago. They work well and are nicely made. I had to take the front one off though....my problem is that they raised the speaker way too much for my seating arrangement......they lifted each speaker at least 3 inches. Since the Avalons are so tall, the tweeters were already firing above my head (I slouch big time when I'm in the room). Just a couple of days ago I tried taking the front ones out so the rake angle is more toward my head. Holy crap what a difference. I'm still debating on keeping the other set I have and trying to get a nice footer that will lower them even more. The feet are very nice though.....they seem to be a much large bang for the buck than Stillpoints but I guess you would have to try each to see which ones would work better for you.

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Old 10-20-2018, 08:40 PM
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I have isoacoustics under my KEF ls50s and they provide a real improvement.
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Old 12-25-2018, 05:34 PM
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It appeared to me that they use a series of springs, rather than then ball bearing approach, that Stillpoints use. They do make bigger models for heavier equipment. They had them at RMAF.
They have introduced Gaia Titan series for really large floor standing speakers. I have a pair on order from upscale audio for my McIntosh XR290.
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