IOW, it's a concrete floor with particle board sub-floor below the carpet? You still want to decouple the speakers.nats said:floor is concrete with a particle board with a bottom of plastic eggshell type on top of the slab with carpet over that,should that be fine?
Dense foam like these. They're not cheap but there is a cheaper method which is what I did. I went to a sporting goods store and bought a bag of these, then layered them to about 1.5 to 2" thick with contact cement. Then I cut them with utility knife to the size I want.nats said:what type of materials would work?
:text-+1:Zing said:If it's these speakers, I really don't think there are any gains to be had by adding some material between their base and the carpet.
My Monitor Audios have a similar base. I didn't use the spikes, nor did I screw in the rubber feet, I just set the flat plastic base directly on the carpeting.yromj said:The rubber feet (assuming that's what I see in the pic) would decouple the speaker from the floor. If they have spikes, then replace them w/ rubber feet and you'll be golden.