Townshend platform under digital component or amplifier ?

I would appreciate suggestions from those who use and understand the importance of isolation as to where best to employ a Townshend platform which has a yellow rating so is suitable for components.  Please don't recommend spikes which are a mistake from the 80's    My speakers are DIY open baffle currently on Isoacoustics Gaia which I'm not that impressed with. Springs are the way to go but will have to be DIY due to a difficult layout.

The obvious thing would be to experiment, sure, but my rack is DIY with threaded rods which when adjusted will upset my cable management so where would I get the best reward?


To your question, I would suggest under the most sensitive of your electronics.

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Townsend Seismic Speaker Platforms had a very noticeable improvement in all SQ attributes.  Excellent build quality.  I do not use their component platforms.  I am sure the technology will produce similar results.  I use Symposium Svelte Shelves in combination with Roller Block Jrs on electronics.  Large effect on front end digital equipment.  Noticeable but subtle effect on amplification.  I use only the shelf on the TT. Look at Symposium as an alternative.   I am sure either way you will realize SQ improvements   


I have Townshend podium under my TAD ME1 speakers, a platform under my Aesthetix Calypso preamp, and pods under my Luxman L-509X all clearly beneficial sonic improvement.  

I have all Townshend everything. Allegri preamp, Cables and Seismics...I put 4 pods of appropriate weight bearing under my Rowland Monoblocks, sub and all other components. Seismic rack corners, a platform under my turntable and platforms under my speakers. Fantastic.