Your opinion on best use of some Townshend sinks?

Greetings Fellow Audiogoners,

I am currently in posession of 2 Townshend CD Seismic Sinks and 1 Townshend 2HD Seismic Sink.

My music end is comprised of (in order of connections, component then connector):

* A Sony 555-ES CD changer
Wireworld Supernova 3 Toslink into a
* Genesis Digital Lens
Kimber D-60 & Wadia Glass ST AT&T cable into a
* Polyfusion 800 DAC
PGS stealth into a
* McIntosh C712 solid-state preamp
Nordost Quattrofil XLR's into a
* Sunfire Signature Amp
MIT 750 & 750 Shotguns bi-wired to a pair of
* PSB STratus Gold i's

One of the CD sinks is under the Sony (which is also balanced on some ceramic cones), the other CD sink is under the McIntosh.

Due to space restrictions, the Genesis Lens rests on top of the Polyfusion DAC (balanced on ceramic cones).

I just aquired the 2HD and I'm wondering where I can put it to get the best effect? Because it can hold as much as 130 lbs, I could put it under the Sunfire...?

I will sure appreciate your thoughts and opinions on this.
Especially if you're lucky enough to work in Hi-Fi or if you have experience with the Townshend seismic sinks and/or equipment similar to mine.

Best Regards,

Unlike most amps, the Sunfire's disperse the majority of heat from the bottom plate of their chassis. As such, the chassis should be elevated with plenty of air-flow allowed to pass underneath and around it. This is one of the reasons that the amp itself seems to run so cool to the touch i.e. you're touching the top and the heat comes out of the bottom. Rigidly coupling the bottom plate to taller metal cones not only helps to elevate the chassis for improved air-flow, it also adds more surface area to the heatsinking area and can aid in draining mechanical vibration from the chassis mounted transformer to the support shelf below it. Adding a small but evenly distrubuted amount of weight across the top of the Sunfire amps also seems to help damp cabinet resonance.

Sorry i'm no help pertaining to the Siesmic Sink : ) Sean