Antiskid speakers

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Leo Kerr, Jul 22, 2005.

  1. Leo Kerr

    Leo Kerr Screenwriter

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    This week, I've watched the LOTR:EE discs, night after night, in (rather) close succession.

    During the seige of Minas Tirith, one of my SuperOnes was hit by the shot from a trebuchet, and came tumbling off of its shelf, bouncing off of other assorted things on the way down.

    Now that's interactive television! [​IMG]

    The good news is that the damage was minor: a black scuff on the laser printer, and one of the four little pegs that holds the speaker-cloth on snapped.

    Apart from a rather startling inturruption to the film, there was no 'bad' news, per se.

    I'm about to put some of that shower-stall non-skid tape on the shelves that support the speakers. Any words of advice on if this is a good idea or not?

    Leo Kerr
     
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    Or Blu-tack.
     
  4. Steve Lumbert

    Steve Lumbert Stunt Coordinator

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    foam mouse pads do a good job too. I use one under my center channel speaker.
     

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