Treble Clef Audio TCA-M
Launching in Copenhagen, Treble Clef Audio is deeply rooted in Danish design traditions of function and form, and the TCA-M loudspeakers are exquisitely crafted with this in mind. Sound by design consciously sculpt these loudspeakers to optimally support acoustic function at every bend of its slender visual signature. Far from conventional, but close to perfection. Pushing the boundaries of sound experiences whilst highlighting the possibilities of a beautifully elevated space, with the TCA-M loudspeaker as an integral part of the interior. The organic, elegant and slender shape of the TCA-M loudspeaker not only looks like a piece of art carved out of the most beautiful wood with metal and glass detailing, but by having no flat surfaces or edges to interfere with sound dispersion, the active loudspeaker performs with superior sound quality, bringing you closer to live musical performances, in the comfort of your own living room.
Reproducing the true character of bass in an ordinary room is particularly challenging both because of the room's large influence, and the difficulty of designing a loudspeaker able to generate deep and loud enough undistorted bass, not least while having a slender visual impression easily blending into a carefully curated home interior. Some argue that the devil is in the detail. Stradivarius violins have long held a reputation of mythical excellence in classical circles. Could the secret to Godly sound be in the varnish - a mysterious key ingredient? Regardless of the truth, it stands to reason that the loudspeaker construction itself must not contribute any sound spoiling the purity of the unique original instrument characteristics.
Some of the most emotionally powerful aspects in music and sound construction can be attributed to the prominent and firm presence of detailed deep tones - double bass and pipe organ, as well as electronic music. Conventionally the deepest tones demand large box type speakers for adequate bass sound levels. Unfortunately, the larger the speaker enclosure the harder it becomes to prevent vibration and resonant frequencies being transmitted into the room by enclosure surface areas. This can cause prominent audible sound coloration, which along with strong room interaction obscures the true character of bass.
A box design typically leads to midrange and tweeter speaker drivers mounted on the front baffle, which limits sound dispersion at higher frequencies narrowing the listening window where the sound is best. Treble Clef Audio loudspeakers unleash rather than seek to contain sound within a box - authentically reviving the art of recorded music and the ambient atmosphere of performances for unparalleled audible, visceral, and visual experiences in your listening room and even outside. Info and photos by Treble Clef Audio.