MAGICO QPod component resonance isolation for light to medium weights - 3pc set

NZ$ 2,500.00 set (incl. GST)

We create industrial “works of art” that simply out-perform any custom or commercially available speaker system in the world.


VIBRATION – the bane of hi-fi systems. Many a method has been concocted to banish or at least ameliorate this unwanted by-product of mechanical design, from quick-fixes like Blu-tack and wooden cones to elaborately engineered devices that come with eye-watering price tags. Magico’s MPOD, the bigger sibling to its QPOD, belongs in the latter category.

QPOD - Throughout the development process of the Q platform numerous advances in the area of resonance management were made for LIGHT to MEDIUM WEIGHT COMPONENTS.

QPODs are Magico’s version of a high-end footer.  They are not a footer per se; they are a component to isolate vibration…. and are extraordinarily effective.  For an instant upgrade to your front end system, look no further than Magico’s QPods. 

CNC-milled from hardened stainless-steel, oxygen-free copper, and hard black-anodised aircraft-grade aluminium, these footers markedly increase signal fidelity by reducing electrical and mechanical vibration-induced artefacts. 

When placed beneath both optical disc players, pre amplifiers, or any other line level component, the Q Pods render blacker backgrounds, better defined bass with better attack, more liquid and resolved midrange, and more refined highs. 

Available in sets of 3 or 4.  Highly recommended!

Originally developed for internal R&D, Magico is introducing the QPods to maximise front-end system performance. The pods themselves are CNC-turned and milled from hardened stainless-steel, oxygen-free copper, and hard black-anodised aircraft-grade aluminum. These materials create the constraining layers for the damping material that is alternately clamped between to create a single traverse dissipating unit, which we call the QPod.

Vibrational wave propagation through the floor, stands, and the equipment itself is converted into heat energy through the side-to-side movement (known as “shear deformation”) within each layer of the pod.

By adding a multilevelled constraining layer mechanism to equipment standoffs, electrical and mechanical vibration-induced artefacts are acutely reduced, ultimately resulting in marked improvements to signal fidelity.