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  1. J

    Center Stage2 "LS" Series Loudspeaker Feet

    You are correct about the AR ref6. CS2 and CS2M work fine under the 170 and the DV2.
  2. J

    Introducing Center Stage 2M

    Hi Scot There is no weight range. In your case, I'd start up front with the dac. You'll hear a very clear improvement after things settle. No worries. Joe
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    Introducing Center Stage 2M

    Yes they are. Steve was correct.
  4. J

    Introducing Center Stage 2M

    This is a common question and a very good one. The feedback I've received over the years favors playing the system to promote settling. I hope this helps.
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    Introducing Center Stage 2M

    It's not uncommon for the settling period to vary from system to system. Please give it more time and let me know personally if you are still having an issue after the next week. The 1.5Ms should be awesome under the components you specified... Thank you for your patience!
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    Introducing Center Stage 2M

    Can you please tell me the country in which you are located.
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    Introducing Center Stage 2M

    My suggestion is to start without the dampers atop the components. Place the CS2S or CS2M feet under the component and let's see how much things improve without adding additional weight. My concern is added weight atop a component sometimes creates a clamping affect. Clamping can cause a...
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    Introducing Center Stage 2M

    Correct me if I'm wrong, am I looking at a wood surface? If so, I admit I'm confused.
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    Introducing Center Stage 2M

    Am I correct in assuming the dampers are a plastic-ish material attached to a "screw" that threads into a supporting framework? Please advise...
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    Center Stage2 "LS" Series Loudspeaker Feet

    We should never let our wives meet. :) I'm kidding, of course, but you made me laugh. That was a good one. So, here's where I get tripped up...... The LS feet will look upward into the cabinets and reduce resonances. Of this, I am certain. And let's say for the sake of argument they will...
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    Center Stage2 "LS" Series Loudspeaker Feet

    Hi Battles There may be causal differences between the muddiness you're experiencing and the mode at your listening position (unless they occur simultaneously). The muddiness, I think, the LS feet would cure. They will greatly reduce resonances in your loudspeaker cabinets. I'm not...
  12. J

    Introducing Center Stage 2M

    Hi Steve You are correct, and this goes for every footer, the more of the same Brand you add, the more your system will reproduce the qualities you are hearing initially. There may be a few outlier components here and there, but in general your logic is spot on. Joe
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    Introducing Center Stage 2M

    My guess is you're asking me what option I would choose if I wanted to settle the feet? If so, I would choose option 3, because it appears to be the least complicated. Please let me know if I am not understanding your post.
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    Introducing Center Stage 2M

    Your last paragraph sums it up nicely. I'm not sure of the dimensions of the shelf, but yes, I think it is just fine. You might want to try centering the CS2Ms between the T-feet. I'd try this first and then, perhaps move them inward from that position later after they settle.....just to see if...

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