Thursday, February 27, 2014

Have you auditioned the Trident HG3s yet?

I blogged about the Trident HG3 Studio Monitors a few years ago when they were first brought to the market and were not yet readily available. They were designed by acclaimed designers Harvey Gerst and Russ Allee. I like the design and I'm really curious as to how they sound. I hope to audition them soon. In the meantime, please leave me a comment if you've heard the HG3s.

Here's an introductory video from Full Compass Audio on the HG3:

and here's another video by renowned producer/arranger/engineer Ted Perlman who gives his feedback on the HG3s:

Trident HG3 Features:
  • Three-way studio monitors with unique cabinet design
  • Reduces or eliminates common issues found in other monitor systems
  • Dual voice coil long throw subwoofer, extends to 35Hz
  • High-powered MOS amplifiers ensure clean, distortion-free power
  • Eliminates uncontrolled woofer movement and port noise with controlled electronic roll-off
  • Crossover points set at 320Hz and 2.5kHz to eliminate mid-range modulation and refraction
  • Midrange speaker and tweeter both mounted in an isolated cylinder to eliminate edge diffraction and woofer interaction
  • Unique cylinder design allows positioning of critical components to desired angle
  • Built-in overload LED on the front panel

$3999 per pair at Full Compass Audio

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