Originally Posted by audiocologne
Being of the older persuasion and with a pitiless back (and a few other health issues), I built a pair of dollies that will accommodate a couple of F12s, which I am considering pretty intensely. If I'm going to move them about from time to time, this will be the only feasible way for me. No WAF is involved.
Sound-wise, this probably isn't a good thing, I know. How might a sub-on-a-dolly's output be adversely affected?
- This is for music only. No HT, no movies, no TV.
- My mains are pretty heavy (for me) and they're also on dollies, which has worked out OK.
- Not planning on using any room correction technology, just going to adjust manually.
How far do you have to move them? If you mean just around the room many use sliders on carpet or ones for hardwood if you have that. They slide really easy then. You can leave them sitting on the sliders so you don't have to lift them on and off.
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