If you’re at CES 2014, you’re going to hear a lot of noise - and not just from the slot machines.
There are tons of speakers cranking out in Vegas, and Thiel Audio is hoping to stand out with its TM3 2-way bookshelf loudspeaker, which boasts a new design approach for the company and proprietary components.
The TM3 employs a reimagined industrial design that emphasizes sleek, modern lines while adhering to the acoustic principles of reduced diffractions and extreme rigidity - both important attributes of an ultimate performance loudspeaker. The core industrial design ethos of the TM3 will be carried forward to future products.
Inside, the TM3 has a proprietary 6.5-inch cast basket woofer and a 1-inch tweeter. Other features include bandwidth of 45Hz to 30 KHz, a sensitivity rating of 87db, and nominal impedance of 8 Ohms.
“Our ultimate goal for the TM3 was to create a loudspeaker that outperforms competitive products while pleasing the discerning eye of décor-conscious consumers,” says Thiel CEO Bill Thomas. “Our objective is to position the Thiel brand as the ultimate supplier of high-performance loudspeakers and the TM3 is just the first in a series of innovative designs as part of a comprehensive product roadmap that we will be presenting to our dealers and distributors worldwide.”
Thiel plans to ship the TM3 to authorized dealers by late spring.
By Rachel Cericola, cepro.com