Greetings all . Thanks in advance for input and experience . I have relocated and new listening space has heavy wall to wall carpet . In thier previous space the 6.1s stood on a hardwood floor with an area rug in front of them . They felt like they had rock solid bond to floor with the "feet" on hardwood . Is it correct threre is some benefit from using carpet spikes with series 2 Kappa on heavy carpet ? . If so what might you suggest ? They are definately "tippy " and dont seem to have good solid contact with the floor .I understand every space will sound different and this one is larger and deeper than previous .but bass and lower mid seem a bit missing . Im thinking the bass and low midrange might be improved by adding spikes . ?? Is it correct that the purpose of carpet spikes is to create bond with floor to " solidify " sound ? ( kind of ? ) Any input from Series 2 owners would be appreceated . Please share information .. ( I also need to get a dac but thats a whole different ball of wax . .) Thanks !