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roberto

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You could ask your IsoAcoustic Gaia II dealer about the threads for the CLXs. I do not know the exact size. I am going to see if I can find out the right CLXs thread size.

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The exact thread size is 3/8 diameter, with 16 threads. Then, this is the size for the CLXs, and you have several screws or adapters that come with the Gaia II. Take them to the workshop lathe place, and order 8 as I did. The Gaia II did a very good difference...there were some bad resonances, been very demanding and picky, and with them, they clean up the overall sound.

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Look at who Designer Audio is. They say they purchase from dealers and suppliers and offer the equivalent of manufacturers warranty.
Would make me nervous not buying direct from an authorized dealer, but they claim they have a 5 year warranty. This sub is almost $1200 under retail price, at $2376. So 32% off.

 

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CLX’s safely home. Thanks for all the advice!
Looks great. I hear those are really nice subs. Have you owned Martin Logan subs and compared them to the JL Audio? Wondering what your opinion is. Was thinking of maybe getting a fathom for my next sub instead of a ML Balanced force 210.
 

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Looks great. I hear those are really nice subs. Have you owned Martin Logan subs and compared them to the JL Audio? Wondering what your opinion is. Was thinking of maybe getting a fathom for my next sub instead of a ML Balanced force 210.
I have tried the older ML subs the Depth not the newer balance force. I owned REL and more recently a SVS SB16 all are great but none are anywhere near as good JL Audio subs. They aren’t cheap but when you hear what they can do for your system you will know why! I plan on adding the CR1 crossover to improve the sound between the subs and speakers.
 
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