Well... yes. You see Tetra Listening Instruments have long been recognized for their ability to play large…without sounding bloated or strained.But now, after deep listening to our Tetra File customers and friends, and four years of perfecting our new Tetra 222, we have actually found a way to grow the soundstage while shrinking the cabinet even more. With our patented single-cap Artet wiring, our innovative air-scoop baffle and our tried and true plane alignment, we have left no sonic stone unturned in the 222 design.
These sweethearts will emotionally connect you to the performance and leave you with nowhere to hide. In days like these everyone is looking for that proverbial ‘more for less'. With our 222s you get what you need and more than you might have imagined possibe... especially at the price.We guarantee it!
Our first 222 customer installed his in a classic Airstream trailer in Denver, then immediately emailed us saying: "Big stage...I think I'm on it :)"
Celebrated violist Steven Dann www.stevendann.org said this about his new Tetra 222s: "The sound of my 222s is resplendent. They leave no sonic stone unturned. Right to the bone."
And Toronto's Gryphon Trio www.gryphontrio.com saluted for their "beautiful sound, superb ensemble and the highest order of musical sensitivity" by the Ottawa Citizen, which said, "there is not...a better chamber ensemble in Canada", purchased two pairs of Tetra 222s.
So call us to learn how you too can hear what they are listening to now!
|Frequency response||45 - 20,000 Hz|
|Sensitivity||89 dB (2.83 Vrms @ 1 meter)|
|Impedance||8 ohms (nominal)|
|Crossover frequency||3 kHz|
|Woofer||5" Peerless Glass Fiber Cone, Rubber Surround|
|Tweeter||1" Morel, Textile Dome Diaphragm|
|Power handling||250 watts per channel|
|Weight||12 lbs (5.5 kg)|
|Dimensions||14" H x 8" W x 11.5" D (35 cm x 20 cm x 29 cm)|