The HEDD TMS36 is designed to be combined with the TM80 in a number of configurations. The TM80 and TMS36 are built to order, so please contact us if you're interested in creating a HEDD Tower Mains System.
The 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.
The driving force in the tMS 36 Subwoofer unit are ICEpower 1200 aS2 modules, a combination of two 1200 W amplifiers and one 1200 W switch-ing power supply. they are a new generation of PWM amplifiers with as-tounding performance and corresponding technical data. they compare favorably to even the most sophisticated High End amplifiers on the mar-ket. If the woofers are driven in the same frequency band - which is the case here – the ICE modules deliver 600 W each due to the current limitation of the power supply. the advantage of this configuration is that they can output higher voltage peaks than what they can deliver in rMS current, for transients this is more important than the sheer rMS power. So each of the 4 drivers in a tMS 36 subwoofer gets 300 W continuous power with additional headroom. the woofers have an 8 Ω impedance, each amplifiers drives 2 units in parallel, so each unit is directly connected to an amplifier.
HEDD TM 80 and TMS 36 can be configured in different ways. Subwoofers often enough tend to disintegrate the sound image as they have to play with an unknown satellite partner speaker. Unknown means that the low pass filter of the subwoofer and the high pass filter (or behaviour) of the satellite speaker cannot be foreseen and consequently not be optimized. HEDD Tower Mains complement each other. 4th order Linkwitz-Riley filters are applied on both units, the mechanical transfer behavior of the two speakers is taken into account. A minimum phase behavior and a homogeneous sound are achieved that way, even if the units are placed in slightly varying positions.
The different configurations shown in the drawings offer flexible solutions for different control rooms. Depending on their size a second subwoofer may become desirable, and last not least the TM components allow no compromise multichannel solutions both for High End recording studios and Home Theatre installations.
|Basket Ø||9” (223 mm)|
|Voice coil Ø||2” (51 mm)|
|Voice coil Ø||-|
|Equiv. Diaphragm Ø||-|
|Amplification (ICEpower®)||2 x 600 W|
|Input gain||-20 dB … +6 dB|
|Input impedance||10 kOhm|
|High Shelf EQ > 2 kHz|
|Frequency response||20 Hz (-3 dB) - 80 Hz (-6 dB)|
|THD 102 dB/1m||≤1 %|
|Max. SPL In half space 1 m||≥ 122 dB SPL|
|Crossover frequency||80 Hz (- 6 dB)|
|Dimensions W x H x D||280 x 580 x 400 mm|