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ok, i could understand that it doesn't transmit as much energy. but i am thinking that it would keep more of it in the room, so it would be better.
i used to be on a slab, it was a modern condo (apartment type).
the floor is slab on grade, the wall behind screen, behind that is a laundry/furnace room and a walk in shower bathroom . beyond that is a double cement block wall. the ceiling is flexi-core = tensioned concrete.
massive room gain.
those subs in that room where pretty darned nice. i have since moved into a house, all stick framing.
those subs, even behind the chairs, not so good. this house is a bass sponge.
so, i guess it was the combination that did it for me.
chasing rattles ......Pro8100 & Da-Lite HP 2.8 Cult member