Revopod vs IsoAcoustics Gaia 1's

I presently have my Focal Sopra II’s sitting on Iso Acoutics Gaia 1 speaker isolation feet. I have been trying to do some research on the possibility of replacing the Gaia 1’s with the Revopods. Has anyone on here compared those 2 products to find out which is better? I have been thinking of trying a set of the Revopods which I can get at a 25 percent discount until the end of the year. Even with the discount, the investment would be nothing to sneeze at, plus I am skeptical as to whether or not that investment would be worth it. If anyone has any experience with the 2 different products, good or bad, I would like to hear about it. Or if you think there is a better product out there, please share that also. Thanks


Well, I took a leap of faith and went ahead and ordered the Townshend's. Thanks ozzy for the recommendation, I will let you know how they sound when I have a chance.

You won't be disappointed! Extremely well made & effective. Great little company that's been innovating against the grain for a long time. Excellent customer service too!

Thanks @jmfinney I can tell just from the conversations with John from Townshend that they care a great deal about customer service.

+1 on the Townshend. Game changer and very easy to adjust the rake angle on the speaker. I adjusted the Persona 5F a few degrees up and really opened up the stage and speakers really fill a 27 ft long room