Townshend Podiums. If you're on a budget, seismic isolation bars.
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4 x squash balls could work, they’re heavy enough to almost squash them flat???
Great speaker btw if everything is still working good, had many a good time with these, they want heaps of room behind and to the sides.
The stability provided by the Sound City outriggers and isolating the speakers from the floor are two separate (but admittedly related) issues. As I have said before about the Townshend Seismic Pods, they may be used in place of the spikes provided with outriggers, and to great benefit. A set of the Pods used with an outrigger-style base is a great combo. As good as the Townshend Speaker Podium? I don't know, but much cheaper!
Check out Herbie's Audio Lab threaded gliders. They would be in the similar price range to the Sound O' City outriggers. You just need to know the thread pitch of the inserts in the base of the M-1s. Great speakers by the way. They do like a lot of quality power and need some room around them as mentioned above.
Cheapest way to get those 185 lb beasts up off the floor with some isolation factor. 8 x $1.37
tilt / tuck / tilt / tuck.
Now without being a mega $$$$$ "Audio Ripoff" they look good, for a de-coupler.
As you don’t want that Mirage M1 to be coupled to a suspended floor in any way. If you did couple it to the floor will become a sound board, and then you can say goodbye to a tight clean bass.