Originally Posted by Tom Vodhanel
We have peel/stick pads that you can add to the bottom of your subwoofer legs that eliminate this. Just shoot me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I'll have a handful on the way to your first thing Monday. No charge of course.
Power Sound Audio
Thank you thank you... I would like to explore the idea of having a pad under the sub like the ones mentioned on this thread. I noticed PSA went away from the base plate. What was the reasoning behind this? Did the base plate help with sound?
Originally Posted by niccolo
Is this unusual? Should a well-designed sub exhibit enough vibration to move around on a hard flooring surface? Not a rhetorical question, I'm genuinely curious.
I agree... however, I think that the sub and amp is extremely powerful and the cabinet is relatively light... thus allowing for some movement for punchy songs. My tile floors are rather smooth as well.
Living room theater set-up:
AVR: Pioneer VSX-1124-K.
Speakers/Sub: (4) NHT Classic Two and an NHT TwoC center + PSA-XV15 subwoofer.
HTPC: z97 mobo, 16GB mem, i5-4440, SSD+HD, LG BD drive, Win 8.1 pro w/WMC + MB3.
Content sources: OTA Winegard HD7698P, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Netflix etc.
HDTV: Sharp LC-60SQ15U (ehhh).