Max Townshend is unmissable at pretty much any Hifi show you care to attend. He’s a larger than life character and his team are likewise always knowledgeable but down to earth and fun. His demonstration of the seismic bars and platforms is one not to miss. Daniel Worth pops a pair of the company’s Seismic Isolation Bars costing between £999 – £1299 under his speakers to feel their effects. 

“Townshend Audio Engineering have been established for almost five decades now. They are renowned for applying strict engineering policies to audio applications. Common sense and creative know how has allowed Max Townshend – the leader of the pack – to apply his experience and expertise to reducing some of the most detrimental anomalies affecting our audio setups…”

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