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Was curious if many folks use the popular types of furniture slider feet to position subwoofers (like the example below)?
http://www.amazon.com/Waxman-460229..._1_1?s=hardware&ie=UTF8&qid=1426033079&sr=1-1

I thought slider feet would be a great solution to provide ease of postioning heavy subwoofer products out there. Would using these type feet compromize, or inhibit, audio quality in any way?

I'm using dual JL Audio F110 (10 inch subs). These things are heavy as a rock! I have to call for help just to un-pack and move around.
 

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my subs sit of trolleys made from furniture dolly's from HF , but then again, SUBMAXIMUS weighs close to 350#'s:eek:
felt or Teflon sliders are probably ok for hard floor
what weight does the manufacturer state?
 

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These are what I use for my subs.

http://www.amazon.com/Waxman-Reusab...iders for hardwood floors&tag=viglink20246-20

(The 2nd link in that post right before mine.)

They have worked AWESOME for my subs. I have wood floors, and I have 4 subs, they each weigh about 130 pounds each. I have em in pairs, 1 stacked right on top of the other. So each stack weighs 260 pounds or so. I needed these to be moveable so that I could easily get behind them since they are both stacked next to all of my equipment.

When the time comes I can easily pull out a stack of subs when needed with minimal effort.

Highly recommended.
 
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