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7050B isolation

kagoule2001, modified 10 Years ago.

7050B isolation

Youngling Posts: 4 Join Date: 3/15/12 Recent Posts
I've got a 7050B (below desk) and 8030A (on stands on desk at ear height) setup in a 170cm wide x 280cm long room with 310cm ceiling. I've got acoustic tiles with larger corner absorption above the desk.

I was wondering if I should be isolating the sub? With something like this: ... gramma.asp

Or do you recommend another sub isolation product? The sub currently sits on a carpet with underlay above pine wooden floorboards.

With thanks,

ilkka-rissanen, modified 10 Years ago.

Re: 7050B isolation

Yoda Posts: 2564 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts
Hi Philip,

This kind of products may reduce the mechanical vibrations transmitted through the floor, but we don't have any personal experience with them. Do you experience mechanical vibrations?