At CES 2015, THIEL Audio will show off its newest floorstanding speaker, the TT1. Part of the new 3rd Avenue Collection, the TT1 places a four-driver array in a heavily braced, vented MDF enclosure, available in a variety of finishes. The TT1 will be available in the first quarter of 2015 for $5,798/pair.
From THIEL Audio
THIEL Audio has announced the introduction of the TT1 floorstanding loudspeaker, to be unveiled at CES 2015 in Las Vegas. The TT1 is part of the company’s new 3rd Avenue Collection, named after the iconic thoroughfare in Nashville where THIEL is now located. The 3rd Avenue Collection will feature speakers ideally suited for both traditional two-channel music systems, as well as the visceral dynamics and subtle details of home cinema.
The TT1 is technically quite sophisticated, leveraging a forward-thinking approach to acoustical design and highly advanced manufacturing techniques all wrapped within an elegant form factor that signifies the revitalization of the THIEL brand. The design objective of the TT1 is to deliver neutrality–to faithfully reproduce your favorite music or movie soundtracks without unwanted colorations.
The THIEL TT1 utilizes a four-driver array and multi-order crossover network in a heavily braced, vented MDF enclosure. The sculpted elliptical side panels of the TT1 are created using proprietary tooling to achieve the most refined visual presentation. The rigid baffle construction and midrange mounting architecture have been engineered with a focus on back-wave optimization, resulting in unusually flat response and overall clarity. Another critical aspect of the TT1 is the sophisticated manufacturing process, designed to ensure that each production loudspeaker meets the exacting performance specifications of the reference design.
The TT1 is available in premium Rosewood and Walnut veneers, as well as White and Black gloss finishes. The THIEL TT1 has an MSRP of $5,798 per pair and will become available Q1, 2015. THIEL loudspeakers feature a 10-year warranty.