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syep2001

The difference decent stands make!!

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Picked up some squat Target stands locally, sand filled..

Sat my AP2's on top, I can't really believe the difference! they're now sat at the right height off the floor (about a foot as apposed to 2 foot I had on the Atacama Stands), and i think the solid fill helps not only bass response but the overall sound...

Next...B&Q for some stone slabs!!:D:D

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syep2001 wrote:

Picked up some squat Target stands locally, sand filled..

Sat my AP2's on top, I can't really believe the difference! they're now sat at the right height off the floor (about a foot as apposed to 2 foot I had on the Atacama Stands), and i think the solid fill helps not only bass response but the overall sound...

Next...B&Q for some stone slabs!!:D:D

You have said in your post how good the system sounds, and how the speakers are now at the right height.

So why bang them on stone slabs ? they will no longer be at right height and might not sound as good. If it sounds good leave it alone.

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Fair comment, but the extra inch or so it'll rise up, less if I use the chopping boards from tesco, does it not further bass control with a solid base?

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syep2001 wrote:

Fair comment, but the extra inch or so it'll rise up, less if I use the chopping boards from tesco, does it not further bass control with a solid base?

Well if the stands are mass loaded and you have decent spikes I doubt they are needed, too much tweaking spoils the good work your reporting

messing with systems is good fun its knowing when to stop

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