DRFS1 1-3/8" x 1" Heavy Duty Rubber Feet 4 Pcs.
Perfect alternative to cone spikes on tile, stone, or wo
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Dayton Audio DRFS1 1-3/8" x 1" Heavy Duty Rubber Feet 4 Pcs.
Spiking a speaker system is not always an option—if you have tile, stone, laminate, or even hardwood floors you would probably prefer a scratch-free alternative. The Dayton Audio DRFS1 rubber foot set provides four dense, strong rubber feet and all necessary mounting hardware. Installation of the rubber feet will protect both the speaker enclosure and the floor surface, while also reducing or eliminating subwoofer "creep".
The DRFS1 rubber feet are compatible with current versions of Dayton Audio subwoofer systems and interchangeable with Dayton Audio accessory metal cone spikes. M6 barbed insert nuts and threaded studs are included for mounting in cabinet walls up to 1" thick.
Set includes four heavy duty rubber feet, four 6 mm threaded barbed insert nuts, and four 6 mm truss head Phillips screws.
Insert nut requires a 5/16" hole to be drilled in new cabinet prior to installation.
• Foot dimensions: 1-3/8" diameter, 1" high.
• Perfect alternative to cone spikes on tile, stone, or wood floors
• Interchangeable with Dayton Audio subwoofer systems and accessory spike kits
• Super-dense 1-3/8" diameter by 1" high rubber feet are durable and never "squishy"
• Hardware included for mounting in panels up to 1" thick
|Unit of Measure||Set|
|Warranty - Parts||5 Years|
|Warranty - Labor||5 Years|
|Product Width||1-3/8" dia.|
|Product Shipping Weight (lbs.)||0.5000|
Excellent Product, Good ValueBy: Geoff Millar on 1 February 2017Speaker feet are an essential item, not just for protecting your floor but for enhanced sound.. These solid looking feet install easily with the included 'hurricane' fittings, although there are no instructions it's easy to work out what to do. Before these I used metal, cone shaped feet which were a real pain to use; these are much better and seem to enhance the bass more than the smaller metal spikes. Bass is less 'muddy' and clearer than before. Highly recommended