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RE: Yes

Posted by Peter Gunn on January 5, 2009 at 13:58:57:

It is my opinion that all struts do when placed on stock maggies is allow more vibration to get off the driver, thus reducing some of the haze. This whole notion of "stiffening" is non existant, and stiffness is not this speakers problem.

So while adding them has an impact, it is only moderate and not for the reason most people attribute. Once the entire driver is in a wooden frame and stand stand their meager contribution is no longer even required, as the frames now does it all and you can't tell the difference with them playing with the struts on or off.

It's all about the music...