Hya paul. No hole yet - still waiting for a few quiet hours ! I have 'bunged' the port which i think may help but I recon it would help. Will let you know in the New year if I get round to it.
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And (Paul) I wonder if your centre may be better at the front edge of your stand, maybe raised a few cms? But I know nout !
Good luck - looks great and I am sure sounds great too
I would quite like to make something to put it on, but fettling seems to lead to buying things, so think I will leave it be for now
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Paul - I recon a famous granite chopping board (or two) and a few DIY spikes or balls (excuse me) My centre is wedged into the cabinet with rubber feet angled slightly towards the listening position. was thinking about granite/spikes for my rears too. Matbe get over Xmas first !
Merry Xmas one and all.
Moved the setee a little forward. Rears to the side but huge benefit when I reversed the phase of both rears. Rear channel more diffused and natural when very close to your ears. Bass output has vastly improved. Just need some tweaks. Love to hear from others trying rear phase change.
What have you raised the Sky box on / by? New feet, or risers?
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Sorry JW the feet are diy cut tube.
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