Since people are expanding their GAIA usage beyond their left/right main speakers, I'm wondering if anyone has tried them on a (floor mounted) center channel speaker? I've got an Illusion C34A center which also comes with spikes. If you aren't familiar with the Illusion, the spikes at the front of the speaker are significantly larger than the spikes at the rear. Currently, it is just sitting on it's factory feet since I'm messing around with other things (pulling a couple of new AC circuits in; turntable arm upgrade; turntable cartridge upgrade; new main and surround amps; repositioning and recabling things; pulling a new active HDMI cable in for the projector: deciding which projector to move to, etc).
When I decided to bring in GAIA I for my Renaissance ESL 15A, I wondered if I should also put GAIA's under my Illusion. Since the factory spikes are two different sizes, I ran them thru the IsoAcoustics
Product Selector to see their recommendation, but the Illusion isn't listed. I suppose I could call my dealer and have him check with IsoAcoustics to see if they recommend a single size, or two sizes like the ML spikes. Just seems like if I was going to try them on my 15's... it would make sense to be consistent across my front channels... Of course, it would also make sense to get them installed on my 15's and see what I think before adding them to the center channel.