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So I upgraded my older Def Tech 80's to the Pro Series 1000 and have been constantly having to reposition the ProSub 1000 after watching those action pack thrillers. Good thing I had some slack in the power cord after watching Thor into the Darkness. So anyway I thought and thought as to how I could stop this beyond attaching a leash to the wall. So I remembered at work we had some 1" wide industrial strength Velcro adhesive strips. So I flipped the Sub upside down and took a small bladed screwdriver and removed the glued in rubber foot on the bottoms of the feet. Then I cut the Velcro about 2" long so once in place it could be trimmed with a razor knife to the contoured shape of the foot. After cleaning the floor where the sub sets so the adhesive would stick good I measured it off, removed the adhesive protective strips and easily set in place with a little downward force. Ha! it doesn't move any now yet can be easily take up if needed.



 

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The sub is going to walk around unless you use something to hold them in place. I use little velcro squares or circles on the feet and on the floor.
 

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Originally Posted by mjd420nova  /t/1523060/fix-for-subwoofer-moving-around-on-wood-flooring#post_24497407


The sub is going to walk around unless you use something to hold them in place. I use little velcro squares or circles on the feet and on the floor.

I used Gorilla Glue and a nail gun...
 
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