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[Amazon.ca] SVS Soundpath Isolation System $37.35 (All time low)

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[Amazon.ca] SVS Soundpath Isolation System $37.35 (All time low)

All time low price according to CCC. Will pick it up and try. Current sub is svs pb12. Don't forget ebates!
Last edited by TomRFD on Jun 24th, 2019 9:13 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Dec 11, 2013
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Whitby
Recommendations for where/when to get the best deal on an SVS sub to isolate?
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GVRD
Thanks. I will try these with my Jamo sub.
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MVRD
"decoupling and isolating it from the floor"...all that...and they have yet to think about how to isolate the surfaces of the sub-woofer itself.
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Thanks OP i actually wanted to try these for some time on my setup but never pulled the trigger on it. This gave me a reason to go for them. Wife always complains it's too loud things are vibrating and shaking so if these truly reduce all of that... Happy wife happy life but unfortunately I don't get to piss my neighbour off anymore
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supad00pz wrote: Thanks OP i actually wanted to try these for some time on my setup but never pulled the trigger on it. This gave me a reason to go for them. Wife always complains it's too loud things are vibrating and shaking so if these truly reduce all of that... Happy wife happy life but unfortunately I don't get to piss my neighbour off anymore
No. They are shaking and vibrating because the soundwave in the air reaches the objects' surfaces.

i.e. Soundwave from any speaker affects all objects that has a surface. There's no escape from it.
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Kamloops
i have the kanto yuri subwoofer which has built in feet. so do i need this thing?
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chatbox wrote: No. They are shaking and vibrating because the soundwave in the air reaches the objects' surfaces.

i.e. Soundwave from any speaker affects all objects that has a surface. There's no escape from it.
There is so much for and against this topic its literally beaten to death. To couple or decouple a subwoofer. Reduce vibration, resonances, boominess etc. Im just going to try it out. Half the masses with their reviews can't be lying about their improvements. I'm sure it all depends on everyone's unique acoustical space and speaker positioning which is the reason for mixed reviews.
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Wouldn’t any rubber feet at a hardware store would do?
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muscleking wrote: i have the kanto yuri subwoofer which has built in feet. so do i need this thing?
No one NEEDS it. Will it benefit your listening experience? Maybe. An 8" $100 sub would tough for me to justify spending $40+ on feet for and is less likely to benefit from them compared to a larger subwoofer.
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bigzinc10 wrote: All time low price according to CCC. Will pick it up and try. Current sub is svs pb12. Don't forget ebates!
Let us know if you liked them or made a difference.
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These are some damn expensive subwoofer feet lol. IMO if you need to buy these to keep your house from rattling all over invest that $40 in a new house
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Luyuan20 wrote: These are some damn expensive subwoofer feet lol. IMO if you need to buy these to keep your house from rattling all over invest that $40 in a new house
Someone who buys an SVS or similar quality subwoofer will be spending several hundred dollars on it. Even $1000 is not hard to spend on a good sub these days. Proportionally, $40 is a minimal additional cost. Also, what rattles in a house is almost always the contents, not the house itself with the exception of windows perhaps.

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