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NAMM 2018 Video: HEDD Tower Mains Monitors
Rounik Sethi on Sun, January 28th | 0 comments
Imagine a modular studio monitor setup. HEDD have one called Tower Mains comprising the TM 80 and TMS 36 which certainly pack a punch.

With a modular design the new HEDD Towermain monitors, including the TM-80 and TMS-36, bring something interesting to the table for project and pro production music studios alike.

Here's a video from NAMM 2018 all about the Towermain monitors from HEDD:

Modern Main Monitoring Systems have to be cost-effective and flexible enough to work in every possible studio environment.  That’s why we designed the HEDD Tower Mains with a modular approach in mind.

They consist of one main unit (TM 80) that can be combined with either 1 or 2 subwoofers per channel. Each sub incorporates 4 drivers in a closed box design and 1.200 W of amplification. The Tower Mains components can be arranged flexibly, depending on the size and geometries of your working space. Due to a sophisticated filter design, you always will have a seamless transition and homogeneous sound: spectacular analog performance meets great versatility.

In the search for precision it was decided to apply closed box designs only as they principally allow the best approximation to ideal transient behaviour. The 3 dB lower efficiency compared to ported designs is compensated and even exceeded by having multiple drivers and enormous amplifier power. The TM 80 main unit with its five speakers in a vertically symmetrical alignment – a quasi d’Appolito configuration with the HEDD Air Motion Transformer as the centerpiece – delivers broad horizontal dispersion but a controlled vertical directivity. Thus unwanted reflexions from the ground or the ceiling are reduced.

The TM 80 is driven by 3x 300 W amplifiers with a response down to 80 Hz. The matching TMS 36 subwoofer comes with four 9” no-compromise long throw drivers and 1.200 W of amplifier power – 300 W per woofer to be more specific. Back to back sitting drivers compensate their impact to the enclosure thus avoiding cabinet resonances, their frequency response starts at 20 Hz (-3 dB) and stops at 80 Hz (-6 dB). The TMS 36 Subwoofer delivers an astounding transient response up to very high SPL levels.

More about HEDD Tower Mains: http://www.hedd.audio/en/tower-mains/

 

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