""A great speaker…definitely worth checking out.""
"These TADs are the finest example of speaker engineering I've ever encountered. Absolutely Class A."
This is incredible, guys. I still don't believe this is a bookshelf. Impossible to believe this is a bookshelf....it defies the laws of physics....It blows my mind what I'm hearing...
Jay from Jay's Audio Lab interviews Shinji Tarutani, TAD CEO, and Dave Malekpour, President of PAD HiFi, TAD's exclusive North American distributor
TAD has had an impressive history, but it hasn’t had a strong presence in the North American market since the brand was launched. That’s a little bit surprising, given the exceedingly high quality of its products, and...
There are maybe a handful of loudspeakers that I would (momentarily) consider performing acts that would surely land me either in prison or divorce court in order to possess them.
The TAD room at (Florida International Audio Show) was a smashing success, and in no small part due to the superb selection of Patricia Barber's music that Jim and Ulrike brought.
In short: magnificence. Beautifully layered textures. Realistic grand pianos (which, other than voices, are the most difficult instruments for hifi systems to get right). Also, bass reproduction that's like a sumo wrestler: fat but nimble.
The TAD Evolution One TX is an exemplary performer all-around and, thanks to the care that went into its design, one that will work well in a wide range of real-world listening environments.
Pro Audio Design (PAD) is a Boston-based group of audio distribution companies which has been appointed the exclusive distributor of Japanese loudspeaker brand TAD Laboratories for the US and Canada.
“The Evolution Two floor standing speakers by TAD is a winner... Are they highly recommended? You bet!”
“This is audiophile Hi-Fi dressed as high-end furniture, and we love it.”
“Speakers that exude quality in their build and excellence in their ability to reproduce clean, accurate sound.”
“What an incredibly beautiful speaker TAD has with the Evolution 2. This is potentially a competition killer.”