Who has de coupled their Loudspeakers from the floor ? If so how ?

I have been using Townshend Audio Seismic Podiums under my Sound Labs and Thiel CS 6s for a while now and must say how impressed i am with the sound quality improvements, for many years i have always used the supplied Spikes but must confess the Townshend Podiums are a revelation in my system.

I did read many positive reviews but wanted to experience the Podiums myself and i am so glad i did.

The Podiums were well worth the cost in my system, i could not live without them now.

My floor is a suspended wooden floor so maybe this is the reason but also maybe not.

Is anyone still using the supplied Spikes ?

If not are you using Townshend Podiums or any other Speaker Isolation product ?

Thanks everyone for your comments, please all take stay care and stay safe!

@pdreher , fair enough. I am a fan of the Sound Anchor products after positive results with B&W 802N and 804 Matrix speakers while using them, so am sure they certainly don't hurt. With that said I was very surprised of the positive results with the Herbies Gliders on a floating hardwood floor over concrete after sampling the results of direct spike to said hardwood. Enjoy the music
Herr geoffkait,... coupling?!?
I say, no sex please, we English, eh? 😉 
Sure, go for the cheap joke. I knew you would say that anyway. I know what everybody’s going to say. I’m from the future.
Townsend Seismic Podiums under Spendor D9s located on the second floor on carpet. Everything improved.
My vote goes to Starsound Sistrum SP101 platforms. Amazingly effective, not a subtle difference.