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The HEDD Type 30 is an exceptional midfield monitor that will satisfy all your professional studio needs and desires. Whether as a full range audio monitor in an elegant studio space or in broadcasting contexts, this 3-way-system based monitor is an ideal player in the most diverse fields of application. The impressive technological facts alone speak for themselves: two horizontally aligned 7”-woofers, 5”-midrange woofer, the HEDD Air Motion Transformer tweeter, and nothing less than 4×300 watts amplification create an ultra-wide frequency range from 30Hz to 50khz. In the course of the Type 30’s development, the acoustic accuracy that this constellation of components translates into has fascinated us: in addition to being super solid and having an extremely high fidelity in the bass and mid range reproduction, the HEDD AMT produces vivid and uncolored high frequency material. Let us assure you: this is one fine piece of gear. As our two smaller studio monitors, the Type 30 offers XLR and RCA connections as well as a free input-card system that can receive the HEDD Bridge modules that we also offer. These modules are designed to read Dante, Ravenna Network / AES67 protocols as well as AES3/EBU.


ADAM Audio founder and long-term head of R&D, Klaus Heinz launches new company HEDD around 2 weeks (close to the old airfield Tempelhof). Prices per unit (incl. VAT) --- Type05 - 600$ Type 07 - 800$ Type 30 - 3000$ The Audio-over-IP input cards cost 300$, the other cards will have a lower price. I know this is a somewhat confusing situation with another company created from the ADAM brand (and...

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HEDD introduces the HEDD Type 20 Near/Midfield Studio Monitor

I actually demoed Type-30 and KH310 at the same time, Type-30 crushed it... KH310 are pretty good, but couldn't keep up with Type-30

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Almost ZERO talk about Hedd Type 30 or 20

...time (talk about cramped with the S3X-H's as well. The Type 20 won out in the end. Still loving them. Type 30's are not too large for my space but just found what they offer above the Type 20 wasn't a game changer for me. So was happy to save the $'s.

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