Please see my comments under the thread "Under speaker metal spikes...what is the point?" from last week. I set up my speakers (Eggleston Andras) as the manufacturer suggests--without screwing in the spikes until I was satisfied with the placement. (This is on a carpet.) I then screwed in the spikes and there was an immediate, readily noticeable improvement in clarity and detail. (This was with a cup under the spikes to keep them from digging through the carpet, and for stability.) Later, I put Aurios Pros under the spikes, floating the speakers. There was an even greater improvement in clarity and focus with the Pros in place than had occurred when I added the spikes. You can't use the Auris Pros under floor model speakers without spikes, and the improvement in using both is greater than almost any change since I got the speakers (other than getting new amps powerful enough to drive them, which my previous amps were not).
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