FAQ | How many LA108/LA112 loudspeakers can I deploy on a pole over a subwoofer?
Learn how many LA108/LA112 loudspeakers you can safely place on a pole over a subwoofer.
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When using other pole types and/or subwoofer models, always make sure to follow the manufacturers' recommendations for loudspeaker stand deployment in the respective product User Manual.
To avoid toppling hazards:
- Pole length: a longer (higher) pole makes the system more subject to toppling due to wind or being bumped.
- Subwoofer weight: a lightweight subwoofer will make the system more susceptible to toppling.
- Subwoofer footprint: a subwoofer with a small footprint will also make the system more prone to toppling.
- Base surface: a level, solid floor under the subwoofer will reduce the potential for toppling. A soft, uneven surface such as a lawn will increase the potential.
- Cable dress: power, network and signal cables should all be laid out so as not to present a tripping hazard that could pull the system over.