Earthquake Sound Titan Hestia Curved Cabinet LCR Speaker

Brand: Earthquake Sound
Product Code: TITAN-HESTIA
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Introducing the Titan Hestia

Titan Hestia is a high-end multi-purpose LCR on-wall speaker. Ideally suited for anyone desiring a superior audio experience without large floor speakers occupying the room. Its sculptural appearance and low profile on-wall design integrates superbly with flat-screen TVs. Designed to perfectly compliment the Telesto and Tigris floor standing speakers it can be used as centre and rear speakers in a complete Titan system. It is also ideally suited as an upgrade in other high quality systems needing a competent speaker to fulfil any position in a HT setup. The Hestia is capable of thundering dynamics while remaining perfectly composed, detailed and harmonic.

Luxurious Piano Surface

Titan Hestias exterior surface is made of deep luxurious black, glossy piano lacquer. The elegant finish complements the design and sculpturally adds sophistication and exclusivity to any decor.

Performance Matters

Very few on-wall speakers live up to the acoustic performance of large floor standing stereo speakers. The Hestia ups the ante on performance by an order of magnitude by incorporating several advanced core Earthquake technologies.


Earthquake Sound Titan Hestia

PMT (Piston-Max Technology): A patented Earthquake technology that enhance acoustical output while keeping a minimal footprint.

The 4 inch wideband woofers are manufactured using the Piston-Max Technology. Piston-Max moves the speaker surround to the outer edge of the cone body, resulting in 20 percent increase of surface area. This translates into more sound and higher efficiency.


Earthquake Sound Titan Hestia

AASD (Acoustic Array System Design): A technology combining higher acoustic efficiency with controlled dispersion ensuring uniform coverage over a wider area. Building on the lessons learned from large professional line array speaker systems, AASD uses positive interference to create a wide fully saturated sweet-spot, allowing for better HT utilization than traditional speakers. While at the same time, minimizing energy waste into the off-axis plane.


Earthquake Sound Titan Hestia

XLT (eXtra Long Throw): A woofer geometry originally developed by Earthquake for heavy duty industrial subwoofers to expand excursion potential over regular long-throw woofers.

XLT and PMT work in great synergy as each technology expands on one of the two parameters for sound generation – Bore and Stroke. The level of sound possible is determined largely by Bore times Stroke. Ask any car buff and they will say there is no replacement for displacement.


Earthquake Sound Titan Hestia

Designed to be mounted on the wall, Hestia features the Vari-Mount installation system that allows the speaker to be mounted horizontally for centre channel application or vertically when used as left, right or surround speaker. Vari-Mount is simple, safe and secure and requires no special tools or hardware.

Earthquake Sound Titan Hestia

Product Overview

  • Two 1” TWR1 Wideband Silk Dome Tweeters
  • Gold Plated Push Terminals
  • Internal Aerodynamic Motor (Minimal Turbulence)
  • High Pass 18dB/Octave Filter @4kHz
  • Full Range Drivers with 4” Kevlar Cones + Piston-Max Patented Technology
  • XLT (eXtra Long Throw)
  • AASD (Acoustic Array System Design) Technology for Controlled Coverage
  • Vari-Mount Installation System for Vertical/Horizontal Placement
  • 5 Year Australian Warranty
Specifications
Model Titan Hestia
Frequency 30Hz-35KHz
Sensitivity 89dB +/-3dB
Nominal Impedance 8 Ohms
Power Handling 300 Watts
Available Finish Piano Black
Dimensions (W x D x H) 800mm x 84mm x 184mm
Net Weight 6.14kg
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