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RE: russ andrews torlyte versus townshend

hi mike i have tryed and still got townshend seismic sink it's the older version which is the platform is raised by intube in the compartment which rasies up so its like floating in mid air so it dosent come into contact with anything ,it works quiet well,the only problem is to get level as with my arcam bdp 300 is heavier on one side than the other but i know they have brought some new ones out,not sure what there like.i would also recomend clearlight rdc 4 cones work very well with vibration.  hope it helps a bit david

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RE: russ andrews torlyte versus townshend

davidvann wrote:

hi mike i have tryed and still got townshend seismic sink it's the older version which is the platform is raised by intube in the compartment which rasies up so its like floating in mid air so it dosent come into contact with anything ,it works quiet well,the only problem is to get level as with my arcam bdp 300 is heavier on one side than the other but i know they have brought some new ones out,not sure what there like.i would also recomend clearlight rdc 4 cones work very well with vibration.  hope it helps a bit david

thanks for informative reply. this forum would be great if all posts were as helpful as this. eg no abuse ! 

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