Daygon sub-100 question

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I just got in a dayton sub-100 subwoofer. it came with 4 spikes that I
assume are supposed to be for the sub to stand off the floor. only there are
no holes for the spikes to go into.  the only holes I see are where the
grill attaches in front fo the speaker, do they go there? (making it a down
firing sub?) but then this would put all the connection on the top of the
sub. do I have to drill holes for the spikes to go into?



Re: Daygon sub-100 question



From what I could tell, it comes as a kit from Dayton. It sounds like
whoever
put the kit together either didn't do it right or decided he
didn't want to use
the spikes and installed something else. Does it
have any feet? Can these be
unscrewed?

See this site: http://www.onhifi.com/product/dayton_titanicsub.htm

Or here:
http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?&DID=7&Partnumber=300-760


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I got it all set, apparently I couldn't see the holes because they were
covered by the venier. it's all set, just waiting for the rest of my
equipment to come in:
Denon AVR-686
Athena Point 5 surround
Athena C1.2 Center channel
Athena B1.2 speakers

it's gonna be great, BTW, anyone interested in an athena C5 center channel?
I"ll have it left over from the point 5 system

-Nick



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