For the last six weeks or so, the old homestead here has been going through some changes. We've had wood floors installed in most of the house, gutted the middle bathroom and replaced everything....all new kitchen. Expensive and time consuming. Anyhow, that hasn't left much time for listening to gear as things have just been a complete mess.
Anyhow, things are put back together and I've found that the wood floors makes the LR MUCH more lively and now I've spiked the 2.3tl's (not directly TO the floor, I've got small pieces of left over wood flooring under the spikes. Talk about a big difference in sound! The midrange, which has always been somewhat recessed, has been flushed out.
Now we've got bass in SPADES.
I really wish those that were here for Carolina Polkfest could hear the difference!
After a layoff, it's GREAT to be back enjoying gear again. I feel like I've got a brand new rig in the LR. While I still think the cave rig is tops, the gap has been narrowed.