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Should be just fine...I usually have thinner sand bed, but I have two friends who have really thick sandbeds, and swear by them...go figure! Good luck with the bimac (s) !
Are you asking the importance of a DSB, or just asking if LS in ok?
Two inches will not become a DSB, but I question the importance of a DSB anyway. Your substrate sounds fine to me.
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