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    Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Check out my Audiogon review of the Townshend Platforms.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    I'm sure the relative performance of the Townsend Seismic Platform and Gaia footers depends largely on the floor they are isolating the speakers from. You don't mention what your floor is made from in the review. This would be very helpful to any readers who may be considering this platform
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    The Floor is concrete with a thin carpet over it. You can also check out my system on the Members Systems page.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Hear Here View Post
    I'm sure the relative performance of the Townsend Seismic Platform and Gaia footers depends largely on the floor they are isolating the speakers from. You don't mention what your floor is made from in the review. This would be very helpful to any readers who may be considering this platform
    Having experimented with springs tempered to the weight of my speakers at 80 kg & also having tried the Townsend Seismic Bars on both wooden & carpet covered concrete floors I can advise your assumption is not correct. Using springs made a significant improvement to the sound top to bottom similar to that experienced by Ozzy. In our experiments we were able to place a wooden "chock" under the speakers to negate the spring's effectiveness in a matter of seconds allowing for genuine comparisons of with & without springs.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    I agree with all of the observations Ozzy made in his review. I use custom sized podiums for my BeoLab 5 speakers and the positive differences across base, midrange and high frequencies are evidently clear: especially bass and midrange lock in beautifully.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    i had townshend stella under my martin logan summit X . it made a HUGE improvement to the bass and overall sound

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    I can also attest that on my Meridian DSP8000SE speakers the Townshend Seismic platform does a profound difference to the clarity across all frequencies. Highly endorsed.

    Also no contest against other brands/platforms. These isolate the best from the floor. Have had wooden floor and now. Carpet/concrete.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Great review, Ozzy!

    I can also vouch for the absolute and amazing effectiveness with a huge return on investment using the podiums under my near 300-pound Legacy Valor. The effects in total frequency range, 12 Hz - 35 kHz improvement, imaging and rendering of total space is well beyond my best hopes.

    Incredibly effective and like one post above, readily verifiable through simple tests.

    Two Legacy Aeris customers and 1 Whisper XDS report the same. Additionally, a Magico M6 and an MBL Extreme user I consulted prior to purchase said the same.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Nice read. I was always curious about these.

    I have Magico Q3s weighing about 120kg a piece so I wonder how on earth I could get them on there without breaking myself or scratching / damaging the podiums.

    And I see that at this weight it's just on the border of the E and F load capacity, so which one's best?

    Does anyone have any tips?

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Hi, they will customize it to your speaker weight. I got the podium pair done to support my Rockport Avior which weigh 100 kg each!
    Just call them
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by pietpara View Post
    Nice read. I was always curious about these.

    I have Magico Q3s weighing about 120kg a piece so I wonder how on earth I could get them on there without breaking myself or scratching / damaging the podiums.

    And I see that at this weight it's just on the border of the E and F load capacity, so which one's best?

    Does anyone have any tips?

    Thanks!
    It was demonstrated to me by Peter MacKay of Magico when he was kind enough to fine tune by A3's in my room that the sealed aluminum speaker of Magico should not be anchored or isolated like wood or other types of speakers. The energy form the cabinets need to travel to the floor by the included spikes or Apods. I was using Giai II under them at that time. So, I would not consider going to a platform. What are you trying to solve from your speakers?
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Thanks guys,

    I also heard about Magico saying that Magico's best being coupled to the floor.
    I had my doubts created for a couple of reasons.
    One is that Magico themselves sell Apods or Mpods etc. which do some coupling magic, so they might just say that so there's more chance you'll buy their solution. Aka marketing.
    Secondly, I heard many good things about all kinds of solutions other than spikes, like the iso-acoustics and Townshend. Also from people with Magico's.
    Thirdly, and maybe the foremost reason, when I just installed the Q3s they were still on wheels, so somewhat higher and not anchored to the floor like a spike would. I expected that the SQ would improve when I'd place then on the spikes. But the contrary was true, was my impression. The stereo image reduced, especially loosing on height of the stage and I experienced no improvement in the lower end, for example.
    So that made me wonder... should I just raise the speakers again or buy Apods or something similar. I find the Apods disproportionately expensive here in Europe (€5500) which I'm not willing to pay without being able to try them out (and dealer here don't do home demoes).
    So, looking for more affordable solutions came to mind and Townshend has very good reviews.
    Whence my interest here.
    I'm also still wondering if a more simpel large block of granite would be what I seek.

    (My floor is wood on concrete, btw)

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    When I bought the A3's I used the included spikes. And a month later the Apods were available from Magico. At that time they sold for $1500 for the eight. My first thought was is Magico just now coming out with these to make more money? So, I did some research and the Giai II were available for 1/2 the price. No one had any reports as to which performed better. I went cheap and got the Giai II. Used them until Peter setup my speaker with them and then we removed the Giai II and went back to the spikes. The sound and sound stage just anchored itself. I then bought the Apods for the A3's and noticed a noticeable improvement. Again the energy from a sealed aluminum speaker like a Magico needs to send the energy to the floor.
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by swedegoingwest View Post
    I agree with all of the observations Ozzy made in his review. I use custom sized podiums for my BeoLab 5 speakers and the positive differences across base, midrange and high frequencies are evidently clear: especially bass and midrange lock in beautifully.
    What is the size of podiums that you use for the BeoLab 5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pietpara View Post
    Nice read. I was always curious about these.

    I have Magico Q3s weighing about 120kg a piece so I wonder how on earth I could get them on there without breaking myself or scratching / damaging the podiums.

    And I see that at this weight it's just on the border of the E and F load capacity, so which one's best?

    Does anyone have any tips?

    Thanks!
    With a good friend and some calm planning, I was able to readily get a pair of Legacy Valor (mine as built are 298 lbs each) on Townshend podiums. If you go this route, feel free to write me; happy to explain the methods used on a short call.

    If your speakers are at the top of load rating for category E, then I suggest the next category up.

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    I have my 100 lb. speakers on Townshend Podiums. They are on a second story carpeted suspended wood floor. Needles to say I consider them an essential component since they cleaned up some bass resonance frequencies transmitted by the floor. Improvements were a better soundstage, imaging and elimination of some ugly bass nodes. I bought some one inch adhesive floor sliders and attached them to speakers so I could fine tune their placement on the Podiums without damaging / scratching the Podiums.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Hi guys, I am considering buying a pair of Townsend podiums to go under my Kharma DB 7’s.
    Has anyone tried these under Kharma speakers, and had positive results? I have no issues currently, but thought these might offer more of an upgrade than cables lets say.
    Mike, since you are a Kharma dealer, do you have any thoughts about this?
    I also notice they recommend you set the speakers right on the podium surface, not sure I want to risk scratching them, so would probably try with the outriggers and spikes first.
    I live in an apartment building too, so think these may reduce noise travelling through the floor.
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by No Quarter View Post
    Hi guys, I am considering buying a pair of Townsend podiums to go under my Kharma DB 7’s.
    Has anyone tried these under Kharma speakers, and had positive results? I have no issues currently, but thought these might offer more of an upgrade than cables lets say.
    Mike, since you are a Kharma dealer, do you have any thoughts about this?
    I also notice they recommend you set the speakers right on the podium surface, not sure I want to risk scratching them, so would probably try with the outriggers and spikes first.
    I live in an apartment building too, so think these may reduce noise travelling through the floor.
    No experience with Khama db7 though I have used the Townshend podium under my Rockport Aviors (220 pounds) for over 6 years before I ended up selling my Aviors. I set them up directly without footers as recommended. A cable upgrade and a vibration solution are I guess two different things. All I can say is that the podium made a substantial difference. The bass response is way better in terms of articulation and slam. And I guess the difference is larger with ported speakers, which the Kharma and Rockport are.
    I currently have the Marten Parker Trio diamond which come with their custom footers made by Isoacoustics and hence my Townshend podium are up for sale. Let me know if you are interested to buy. Happy to discuss.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by No Quarter View Post
    Hi guys, I am considering buying a pair of Townsend podiums to go under my Kharma DB 7’s.
    Has anyone tried these under Kharma speakers, and had positive results? I have no issues currently, but thought these might offer more of an upgrade than cables lets say.
    Mike, since you are a Kharma dealer, do you have any thoughts about this?
    I also notice they recommend you set the speakers right on the podium surface, not sure I want to risk scratching them, so would probably try with the outriggers and spikes first.
    I live in an apartment building too, so think these may reduce noise travelling through the floor.
    Never tried them. I have a customer with them on his Avantgardes and they are as wobbly as F!

    Clarisys is designing, in partnership, a new self leveling platform which will be interesting. It may extend it to other applications/speakers, I don’t know. It apparently brings any resonance down to 8hz. But right now it’s just in the very early design stage before anybody asks me “what’s the price?”


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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    The Townshend podium is ‘wobbly’ by design! Does feel a bit unstable at first but they are super stable and quite effective, as I wrote. Having said this, the isoacoustic OEM footers on the Marten are excellent as well.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Yes, agreed. They function as designed and wonderfully at that. I've had nearly 300lb speakers on them since early April 2002 with no issues. "Wobbly" is also not the best word to accurately describe their functioning under load.

    Their sonic impact on the system has been well beyond promise, and their ethos is in established science from much more challenging problem domains (seismic isolation).

    Marten and others also engineer their own or leverage proven OEM approaches of high quality and various design approaches.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Glad they work well. My client loves his. It was just odd seeing giant Avantgarde Duo Mezzo’s wobbling all around. Not something you see every day. I understand the principles to get the resonances way down low, that is the result. I could see them working very well on many speakers.


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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Yes, it definitely takes a bit of getting used to when pushing on a large, heavy speaker with one finger, and seeing it move. This is at first disconcerting, followed by amazement at the sonic effects.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    The problem is they have not responded to an Email I sent them asking how I go about getting a pair in Canada. Would order a pair today if I knew how to.
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    I think the efficacy of isolation or grounding of a speaker is a function of the speaker and the room…. Also, is isolation the only thing the platforms do?

    In my case, I installed isolation (Gaia I) under my Kharmas to keep my wood floor from resonating. The Gaia worked well in that case. Not transferring the energy from the speaker into my floor removed a level of ‘boom’.

    Now doing the Townsends would achieve the same result.

    But I wonder if there are things at play which the Townends do beyond simply isolation?
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by No Quarter View Post
    The problem is they have not responded to an Email I sent them asking how I go about getting a pair in Canada. Would order a pair today if I knew how to.
    They are historically horrible at responding to people.
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Michaels HiFi View Post
    They are historically horrible at responding to people.
    Well how do customers contact them, by phone? I have a sister that lives in England, maybe I have to get her to give them a call for me.😔
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by No Quarter View Post
    Well how do customers contact them, by phone? I have a sister that lives in England, maybe I have to get her to give them a call for me.😔
    I decided not to do business with them / not give them my money where they were so difficult.

    I ended up borrowing one from a friend and compared it to Well-float. In my opinion the Well-Float was superior so I have a mixture of Well-Float and RevOpods (among others). They work differently from each other and I use them in different ways and sometimes combined.
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    I had a problem with a general email alias of theirs not being responded to a couple years ago.

    Their lead field rep out of the UK had me communicate with him directly on this email:

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    This worked for me as recently as May 13th of this year.

    This has also worked well for me:

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Michaels HiFi View Post
    I decided not to do business with them / not give them my money where they were so difficult.

    I ended up borrowing one from a friend and compared it to Well-float. In my opinion the Well-Float was superior so I have a mixture of Well-Float and RevOpods (among others). They work differently from each other and I use them in different ways and sometimes combined.
    I never found them difficult in any way. They were a pleasure to do business with on two different buys.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by crwilli View Post
    I think the efficacy of isolation or grounding of a speaker is a function of the speaker and the room…. Also, is isolation the only thing the platforms do?

    In my case, I installed isolation (Gaia I) under my Kharmas to keep my wood floor from resonating. The Gaia worked well in that case. Not transferring the energy from the speaker into my floor removed a level of ‘boom’.

    Now doing the Townsends would achieve the same result.

    But I wonder if there are things at play which the Townends do beyond simply isolation?
    This video is very informative and gets all the way down into topic areas regarding the constant vibrations in the Earth that are a fact of life:

    https://youtu.be/dW9-r83IvhI

    You have a great solution deployed with your Kharmas. Whether one or the other is better would require getting the podiums and trying them.


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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by SCAudiophile View Post
    I had a problem with a general email alias of theirs not being responded to a couple years ago.

    Their lead field rep out of the UK had me communicate with him directly on this email:

    [email protected]

    This worked for me as recently as May 13th of this year.

    This has also worked well for me:

    [email protected]


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    Now waiting for a response about price (hopefully) and availability.
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    You are welcome,..that is much more inline with my experiences; John and their team have been extremely responsive to both myself and six other people that wound up getting the podiums for their Legacy Aeris, Valor and other speakers that I know.

    They will also need to know the actual confirmed weight of the speaker.

    Best of luck making your decision on these or other isolation solutions!

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by SCAudiophile View Post
    You are welcome,..that is much more inline with my experiences; John and their team have been extremely responsive to both myself and six other people that wound up getting the podiums for their Legacy Aeris, Valor and other speakers that I know.

    They will also need to know the actual confirmed weight of the speaker.

    Best of luck making your decision on these or other isolation solutions!

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    Yes I just received an Email from John with a price of $1895 Canadian dollars, including shipping. I already gave him the weight and width/depth at the outside of my outrigger floor protection discs. I think I will go ahead and place the order.😁
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    John just called me, order placed.
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Glad to see you got it all worked out.

    Now, get ready for some great results...

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by SCAudiophile View Post
    Great review, Ozzy!

    I can also vouch for the absolute and amazing effectiveness with a huge return on investment using the podiums under my near 300-pound Legacy Valor. The effects in total frequency range, 12 Hz - 35 kHz improvement, imaging and rendering of total space is well beyond my best hopes.

    Incredibly effective and like one post above, readily verifiable through simple tests.

    Two Legacy Aeris customers and 1 Whisper XDS report the same. Additionally, a Magico M6 and an MBL Extreme user I consulted prior to purchase said the same.

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    I can tell you Marks system lacks for nothing in SW. it has it all. I heard it before the platforms and was impressed I heard it after the platforms and was gobsmacked.
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Thanks, Craig, and "back at you" on that as your system is amazing!

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by crwilli View Post
    I can tell you Marks system lacks for nothing in SW. it has it all. I heard it before the platforms and was impressed I heard it after the platforms and was gobsmacked.
    That’s good to hear, makes me confident that I made the right move ordering the podiums.
    I thought about upgrading my speaker cables to the Kharma Elegance cables, but thought the podiums would make a bigger difference for less money.
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    The podiums will certainly make a big difference for a reasonable amount of money. They'll also allow you to more fully evaluate what your speakers are capable of in your room when you've removed the issues they are designed to combat. Any downstream decisions about keeping or changing your speaker cables will be better informed sonically.

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    I have the DHL tracker info now, they left England yesterday and have arrived in Canada I guess. Supposed to be delivered by the end of the day Tuesday. Can I ask you guys that ordered a set of these if you were charged import duties on top of what you paid Townshend?
    A while ago I received an Email from DHL saying I owe another $102.77 dollars for import duties/fees. I paid it with my credit card, but I swear John told me that what I paid Townshend covers everything, including taxes, shipping, duty.Am I being double charged here?
    I did send Townshend an Email asking the same question.😔
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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    At least for the US, there was no additional charge....

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    Re: Townshend Seismic Platform Review

    Quote Originally Posted by SCAudiophile View Post
    At least for the US, there was no additional charge....

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