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INSTALLING SPIKED FEET
Entra Two and Entra Three
Refer to Figure 4 as you perform the following steps: 1. The Entra Two and Entra Three come with the round end of their feet exposed for use on hard-surface floors.To expose the spiked end of the feet, lay each speaker on its side and use the enclosed wrench to unscrew and remove the four feet. Screw the round end of each foot into its hole and hand-tighten a nut onto each foot. Leave a minimum of 5/8" of exposed spike. (On thicker carpets, you can increase the length of exposed spike up to 1-1/8. ) " 2. Carefully stand each speaker upright to sit on its feet. 3. If needed, adjust the feet so each speaker is level and then tighten each nut with the enclosed wrench.
Bottom of Speaker Locking Nut
round end spike end
11 â8" max.
(optional for wood floors)
â This cross section shows how to install a foot onto the bottom of an Entra floorstanding speaker.