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    Paradigm speaker feet question.

    Wow, I underestimated the length of my new CC-470. I thought I could set it inside my plasma TV console....wrong. Now I guess I'll have to set the TV back a bit on the console and put the center channel in front of it. I will need to install feet on the CC to raise it up enough to clear the feet on the plasma stand. No feet in the carton that the speaker came in. Anyone get them with their Paradigm's?

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    The CC-470 is supposed to come with outrigger feet and spikes. Have you checked with your dealer? Otherwise, there are plenty of other options available for elevating the center speaker such as isolator cones.
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    I came to the conclusion that the CC-470 is too large. It would look funny sitting on top of the console. I have limited room. Take a look. What other Paradigm CC should I look at that will fit into a 20" max opening. I need to conceal it in the plasma console. I will post another thread on CC choice.
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