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HEY! I have the r-28f speakers, and I hate the look of the front feet. Any ideas on what I can do instead? I know these speakers have a high sensitivity so I'm trying to be careful here

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Welcome to the forum and hate is a pretty strong word for an inani mate object.

Let's take a look at them Feet.

Any photos?

Thanks!

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9 hours ago, DopeLord said:

HEY! I have the r-28f speakers, and I hate the look of the front feet. Any ideas on what I can do instead? I know these speakers have a high sensitivity so I'm trying to be careful here

Many of my german klipsch brothers are very satisfied with these , you should get them easily in the USA 

 

https://www.ebay.de/itm/4-x-Dynavox-Aluminium-Fusse-50-x-16-mm-Absorber-Entkoppler-Gerate-Fusse-12727/371888830514?epid=1604684605&hash=item56964d3832:g:yhUAAOSwax5YwrMS

 

 

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, DopeLord said:

HEY! I have the r-28f speakers, and I hate the look of the front feet. Any ideas on what I can do instead? I know these speakers have a high sensitivity so I'm trying to be careful here

what don't you like , the shape or the fact these are plain plastic -------replacements can be wood or metal or even spikes -

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2 hours ago, billybob said:

Welcome to the forum and hate is a pretty strong word for an inani mate object.

Let's take a look at them Feet.

Any photos?

Thanks!

  R-28F floorstanding speaker angled

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@000  ( Randyh ) I know what they look like and it is very easy to remove the angles and replace them with the Dynavox decoupling pucks.

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1 minute ago, MicroMara said:

@000  ( Randyh ) I know what they look like and it is very easy to remove the angles and replace them with the Dynavox decoupling pucks.

ok ---if you say so

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4 minutes ago, 000 said:

Here they are , very special design to stabilize the speakers -R-28F floorstanding speaker angled

Why those are pretty feet. Wished mine were.

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1 hour ago, billybob said:

Why those are pretty feet. Wished mine were.

these feet extend out ------

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There are also Klipsch standard pucks under the rear base plate. Ideally you should be able to swap all 4 pucks and for about $25 it should be worth it.They also decouple better than the standard pucks

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30 minutes ago, MicroMara said:

There are also Klipsch standard pucks under the rear base plate. Ideally you should be able to swap all 4 pucks and for about $25 it should be worth it.They also decouple better than the standard pucks

yes -

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HiFi Gerätefüße aus Aluminium, 4er Set | Technik-Passage24.de

 

This is exactly why the Dynavox pucks are very useful

 

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10 hours ago, DopeLord said:

HEY! I have the r-28f speakers, and I hate the look of the front feet. Any ideas on what I can do instead? I know these speakers have a high sensitivity so I'm trying to be careful here

I wonder if ebony wood spikes would work    , this is what I use 4Pcs Ebony Speaker Spike Isolation Stand Wooden Copper Tip Feet ...

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8 minutes ago, 000 said:

if I was the OP , I would have asked a woodworker to shape me feet made from a dark wood like ebony  ---to enhance the look

Good Idea Randyh ....But that will cost more than the speakers themselves

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Thinking no feet, just place on carpet.

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42 minutes ago, MicroMara said:

Good Idea Randyh ....But that will cost more than the speakers themselves

2 speakers would cost 22$----------here is a random listing on Ebay -  no affiliation----

 

https://www.ebay.de/itm/4-Ebony-Speaker-Spike-Isolation-Wooden-Copper-Stand-Foot-Spike-Kit-Base-Pads/173724040353?hash=item2872c27ca1:g:xmsAAOSwcapcMA~R

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1 minute ago, billybob said:

Thinking no feet, just place on carpet.

YES---OPTION 2

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This discussion does not help the questioner, he has now 2 suggestions how he could do it, let's leave it at that for now and hear what he has to say. Do you agree @000 ( dear Randyh )

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If OP returns, we will see if they have got it .

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