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HomePod has a silicone base for vibration dampening, but this material can react with some wood finishes that will leave a white ring behind.
Users were quick to discover damaged surfaces under the original HomePod in 2018, and the problem that caused it hasn’t changed. The speaker uses a silicone base to absorb vibrations from its large 4-inch woofer, which can chemically interact with some surfaces.
Apple’s note on placement isn’t exactly helpful when seeking alternatives. Users can rely on other means like stands, mounts, or even just basic cloths or coasters. As long as the speaker isn’t making direct contact with the wood, it is fine.
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