Originally Posted by richardbk
Thanks, Terry! It only took 13 posts for someone to finally answer my question. Which was not "should I get a SubDude?," "Does a SubDude really work?," "How can I tell if my SubDude is working?," or "Is a SubDude worth the cost?".
Whew. I was beginning to feel like Alex Trebek on SNL's version of "Jeopardy".
It's just like anything out there in the market place some people like and some people don't.
My opinion is along with others on this lengthy thread if your sub/subs are like mine over a garage.
Then they will help in keeping the kitchen cabinet contents from Rattling.
That's why I say it simply comes down to application.
Take an apartment that is on an upper floor.
They might just help keep from Disturbing the people below you.
I'm not an expert on using them so sorry buddy the above is all I can offer in my limited knowledge of using them.
I do know they work in my applications and if I had to make the decision today to use them or not use them I would still use them.
Some people have very limited budgets so telling another person to just go order them might not be feasible.
If you are not restricted on cost get the darn things like I did and give them a try.
One thing for sure IMHO your not going to be any worse off other than their cost.