Townshend Audio Podiums - current owners opinion on the merits of this product


Hello to everyone who is being held hostage by this Covid 19 demon......I hope everybody is well and staying safe and being smart. I have been reading about this product and would like to hear from current owners or members who looked at them and didn't buy or have sold them. I would like to hear from you as I would be purchasing them for my Wilson Benesh Square 5's and they would be going over a suspended hard wood floor. Thank you in advance.   
garebear

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I believe Max Townshend addressed the perceived bass change.  He measured it at a .00 something change in db's.  I am getting a pair and will report out on my observations since I have a carpeted suspended wood floor situation.  Another friend is using another type of isolation with a suspended wood floor and I think there is a perception of less bass but it's really eliminating the drum effect of the floor and the bass tightened up and added clairity to space to the soundstage.  We shall see.  
I installed the Townshend podiums in my system yesterday.  My brother who is musician / recording engineer thought the bass had tightened up and you could hear the plucking of the bass more distinctly, any haze was cleared up, the instrument placement was more defined and the sound stage increased.  He heard the same things I did.  So the system was improved and is sounding the best it has.