AL III Plus questions

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Re: AL III Plus questions

Post by aceinc » Thu Apr 14, 2011 10:53 pm

No, I am talking about a rubber strip that appears that it was meant to keep the speaker from slipping on a hard floor.

It is a dark grey rubber like substance that looks like it was glued, or was perhaps a single sided tape stuck to the base plate under the speaker. It sits between the base and the floor.

Actually now that I think about it the rubber piece and the counter sunk rear post holes would work in concert to increase the backward tilt of the speaker.

Paul

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Re: AL III Plus questions

Post by TNRabbit » Fri Apr 15, 2011 3:37 am

aceinc wrote:No, I am talking about a rubber strip that appears that it was meant to keep the speaker from slipping on a hard floor.

It is a dark grey rubber like substance that looks like it was glued, or was perhaps a single sided tape stuck to the base plate under the speaker. It sits between the base and the floor.

Actually now that I think about it the rubber piece and the counter sunk rear post holes would work in concert to increase the backward tilt of the speaker.

Paul
never seen a rubber strip across the bottom...sounds like something that was added.
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