Elevate my SDA 2a's

Thinking about elevating my 2a's. Incredible separation between channels but the highs seems brighter (in a good way) when I'm sitting on the floor. Granted these are original & untouched but higher frequency's just seem less muddled below sitting height. Has anyone else had a similar experience with their SDA's? Could the original SL2000's be the problem? Temporarily raising them makes a big difference. They are just sitting on the carpet for now. Looking into spikes but with the open base on these, what type of spike or outriggers would work?
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  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 41,229
    The first thing to do, replace the tweeters.

    To add spikes you'll have to install corner blocks to the base.
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