Originally Posted by chucky7
How loud do you listen?
What is the distance between the sub and the MLP?
What kind of flooring do you have?
My 1400 does not have feet by default. My 4000ULF does. The feet use bolts. So if you ask for feet and end up not using them, you will have 4 holes at the bottom of the port which you have to seal up with flat headed screw/bolt.
Personally, I don't want feet when I am still moving the sub around. It's easier to put the sub on a slider without feet. I would rather put the feet on AFTER I have decided on its final location.
The advantage of the stick on feet are that they don't leave holes if you decide not to use them down the road. This is why most bookshelf speakers have stick on feet.
Originally Posted by asafalfa
Hi guys, I'm thinking to ask Jeff to install feet for the 2400 my question is if it won't dance on the floor since it on feet? (is it detachable)?
Also, he said he can provide some stick on feet?
anyone did that or can show me how it would look?
The only issue with the stick on feet (at least for me) is the ones I got from Jeff are small and just don't seem up to the task of holding such a heavy subwoofer. Maybe they are fine, but to me they seem very small. I would want a bit heavier duty and bigger. But again, that's my opinion and what I have come across.
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