2015CES - THIEL Audio Introduces the TT1 Loudspeaker at CES 2015

Ultimate performance three-way loudspeaker merges advanced engineering with high style

Brentwood, TN - December 9, 2014 - THIEL Audio (www.thielaudio.com) 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 2-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, 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 4-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.

"Of course we are very excited to bring the TT1 to market-the first loudspeakers to be assembled in THIEL's new Nashville Operations Center," explained THIEL CEO John Wittman. "The TT1 represents the highest level of performance that enthusiasts have come to expect from THIEL, as well as an innovative approach to design and manufacturing that is in line with our long term vision for this iconic brand," Wittman stated. 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 $5798 per pair and will become available Q1, 2015. THIEL loudspeakers feature a 10-year warranty.

Please come see and hear the new TT1 at CES 2015, Venetian Towers Suites 30-123 and 30-125

THIEL Audio Products Company: Based in Nashville, TN., THIEL's mission is to conceive and build the world's finest loudspeakers - speakers that reproduce sound in such a lifelike manner as to create an emotional and sensory connection between listeners and the entertainers they love. THIEL loudspeakers are manufactured using the highest quality materials and are ideally suited for dedicated music systems, home theater systems and architectural applications. Founded in 1977, THIEL's customers, music aficionados, and audio press from around the world have lauded THIEL's loudspeaker designs as some of the best ever conceived. www.THIELaudio.com

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