The Polish company TAGA Harmony has released a set of three models of acoustics: floor speakers TAV-607F, central channel system TAV-C and two-way compact TAV-S, which are used as satellites of AV-complexes. The company called the new products an example of a completely new approach to design and sound. The components went on sale both as a set and separately.
All these acoustics are assembled in TLIE-I (Taga Low Interference Enclosures) 2nd generation enclosures. As stated, their walls are thicker, the internal struts are stronger. The cabinets of increased rigidity are supplemented with a modified damping filler.
The speakers have also been upgraded. The inch-long silk tweeter received an enlarged magnet and a powerful ferrofluid-cooled sound coil. The tweeter was equipped with a TWG-I waveguide (Taga WaveGuide) — also of the 2nd generation. The shape of the small horn was changed, expanding the directional pattern.
The mid-range speaker and the 165 mm bass player, which are installed in the TAV-607F floor-mounted speakers, as well as the 4-inch (102 mm) woofer working in the TAV-C and TAV-S speakers, received lightweight polypropylene diffusers.
These drivers are equipped with enlarged sound coils with reinforced magnets and elastic rubber external suspensions. All this added a margin of power to the systems.
Floor stands with front-facing phase inverters are equipped with newly developed nylon supports (in the design of older models) and aluminum spikes.
The TAV-S surround sound system includes wall mounts. The new items are available in five finishes: black, wenge, oak, walnut and white. The front panels of the speakers are decorated with the TAGA Harmony logo.
The recommended retail price of the three TAGA Harmony TAV models in Europe, including 20% tax, was 375 euros per pair for the TAV-607F 375 floor lamps, 105 euros per pair for the TAV-S surround speakers, and 85 euros per piece for the TAV-C central channel speakers. A set of five speakers will cost 500 euros.