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The definition I read of a cone is that of a shape that tapers smoothly from a flat bass. I don't see these products in Sprey's catalogue. He calls them footers. Maybe a case can be made they are cones of some sort. It is clear in most if not all of his products they come to a point at some point after a non tapered section. My main point is Dekays useless snide remarks. His attempts at making my comments look bad without really bringing anything of substance to an issue. Ha Ha Ha and pictures of ugly people and such. The last being a question if I had ever listened to EAR on 50-60lb mono blocks. What the hell does that have to do with anything? I like EAR, better that cork and rubber and couldn't have possibly listened to EAR on every piece of equipment based on weight. EAR is a suggestion, my opinion on something people interested in good sound should consider trying, in comparison to cork and rubber and decide for themselves. Ugly pictures of people and ha ha ha don't contribute to sound system improvement. Tweaker
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I have no opinion as to whether they would help, or not, in such an application.
Looks like Sue K has a handle on it as she's going to experiment with both compliant and noncompliant footers.
Her picks are a few steps up from my early experiments as I used mouse pads/spongy fingernail buffing bars and lug nuts.
To make it clear I think that you tend to be a poser from time to time.
I on the other hand I may tend to be an ass (from time to time), but I do not make things up, nor do I suffer from situational memory syndrome.
Oh, and you nailed me good on the cones VS footers thing, which implies that you are capable of linear thought after all.
Keep it up.
That's kool Geoff. Everyone likes what they like. But I find it endlessly amusing that you liked 54AWG speaker wire, now that ain't kool. I and maybe other sentient beings await your explanation. Luckily I'm not holding my breath.
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