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post #1351 of 1361 Old 05-02-2015, 08:40 AM
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How is the SUBDUDE im debating between this and the SVS isolation rubber feet
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has anyone had experince with both
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....... and does the SUBDUDE really reduce vibration and rattle
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....... and does the SUBDUDE work on hardwood and carpet
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How is the SUBDUDE im debating between this and the SVS isolation rubber feet has anyone had experince with both and does the SUBDUDE really reduce vibration and rattle and does the SUBDUDE work on hardwood and carpet please someone help thank you I advance
This is not meant to come across in a negative manner to you at all.

Regarding the Subdude product I have already stated with many-many pictures what i think in the thread.

Just simply back up some pages and you can see the pictures as well as my personal comments.

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In my experience, it does reduce vibrations. The subdude works great in my apartment setting. Neighbors don't even notice, and I'm running a beast of a sub.
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Just simply back up some pages and you can see the pictures as well as my personal comments.
The only thing that your pictures show is that you spent a lot of money on your system. Having a Ferrari in your driveway doesn't make you Enzo Ferrari.
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In my experience, it does reduce vibrations. The subdude works great in my apartment setting. Neighbors don't even notice, and I'm running a beast of a sub.

What size screen do you have and what projector brand/model?
Oh, and what monster sub do you have?

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What size screen do you have and what projector brand/model?
Oh, and what monster sub do you have?
Right now I am running an Epson 3010 on a 92" screen...I had a thought of upgrading, but then I realized the Epson still puts out a fantastic image four years after I bought it. So just bought a new lamp for it. I love this projector.

The subwoofer is a PowerSound Audio S1500 with an ICE-based amplifier. The cleanest bass I've ever heard...love it.

EDIT: I guess I dont have to tell you how awesome the sub is since you have a couple PSA subs yourself
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Right now I am running an Epson 3010 on a 92" screen...I had a thought of upgrading, but then I realized the Epson still puts out a fantastic image four years after I bought it. So just bought a new lamp for it. I love this projector.

The subwoofer is a PowerSound Audio S1500 with an ICE-based amplifier. The cleanest bass I've ever heard...love it.

EDIT: I guess I dont have to tell you how awesome the sub is since you have a couple PSA subs yourself
I also live in an apartment.

And yes, the PSA subs are great!
In the next couple of weeks, I plan on ordering another pair of PSA XS15se's, for a nice quad setup.

Now, I have to go back to Amazon and order two more Auralex Subdudes.

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The SubDude II is 15" x 15". The depth of my subwoofer (Dayton Sub-1000) is 15.75" which is .75" too large.

Would this still fit, and if it barely fits, is the subwoofer at risk of rattling itself off of the Auralex (causing a huge thump since the subwoofer feet would crash to the floor)?
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The SubDude II is 15" x 15". The depth of my subwoofer (Dayton Sub-1000) is 15.75" which is .75" too large.

Would this still fit, and if it barely fits, is the subwoofer at risk of rattling itself off of the Auralex (causing a huge thump since the subwoofer feet would crash to the floor)?
The feet of the Dayton subs aren't located at the outer edges/corners of the cabinet, but are probably around 2" inside each corner on the cabinet. You can measure front foot to back foot to see what the distance is. but you should be well within the 15" depth of the Subdude II.

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I also live in an apartment.

And yes, the PSA subs are great!
In the next couple of weeks, I plan on ordering another pair of PSA XS15se's, for a nice quad setup.

Now, I have to go back to Amazon and order two more Auralex Subdudes.
QUAD PSAs???? Dude...I wish I could hear that lol.
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