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Title: speaker decoupling from floor/building structure
Post by: wim@inlinemastering on December 06, 2010, 02:59:49 pm
for my B&W nautilus 800 I'm trying to figure out if there's a good/better/ best way to eliminate low-freq vibrations to the building structure .. they're standing on a floating floor which is based on rubber pads / frame filled with rockwool / wood-osb / under-layment / wooden floor ... the speakers are currently on spikes and on a marble plate  ... see attached pictures .. would some kind of machine rubber/sylomer unther the marble do the trick ... main focus is to eliminate vibrations to connected rooms in the house ..
or would the result after all efforts be minimal .. ???
what's the best way to handle this ..


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Title: Re: speaker decoupling from floor/building structure
Post by: Thomas Jouanjean on December 07, 2010, 07:16:43 am
Hi Wim! Welcome to this little forum Smile

What's the weight of your speakers + marble etc?

There are some solutions but I need that info...

Title: Re: speaker decoupling from floor/building structure
Post by: wim@inlinemastering on December 15, 2010, 10:58:41 am
Thomas ..

thnx for the rep.

Some confusion because the 800 & 800D are different in weight.
the 800 are 275lb / 124.74 KG
the 800d are 102.06 KG

so mine are 124.74 KG .. the marble is variable, I'm replacing the current .. I'll give you the total weight ASAP.

Title: Re: speaker decoupling from floor/building structure
Post by: Thomas Jouanjean on January 06, 2011, 10:51:33 am
Got the marble weight yet?