The Type 07 studio monitor could be described as a classic nearfield monitor speaker, although that would not nearly do justice to its versatility and powerful sound. On first glance, this model’s standard size and classic setup with a 7” woofer and a HEDD Air Motion Transformer do not leave much room for additional technological advances. Yet the careful adjustment of its various components, particularly the way in which casing, amplifier, and diaphragm interconnect, creates a degree of sonic stability, strength, spatiality, and transparency that amazed us from the very first stages of this model’s development on. With its 2×100 Watt amps and its extremely well balanced frequency response, the Type 07 monitor sounds much bigger and more mature than its moderate size and sleek design make it appear. It is precisely for this reason that there is hardly a field of audio production, which the Type 07 is not ideally suited for: its clever design makes it an especially good player in broadcasting contexts as well as in recording and mix-down studios.
Our Type 07 studio monitor comes, like all models of our Series ONE, with XLR and RCA connections. In addition, it also features an empty slot that allows for a wider range of digital functionality. At the moment, we offer HEDD Bridge modules that can read and respond to Dante, Ravenna Network / AES67 and AES3/EBU.Visit Site
An impressive debut from a new company founded by a pioneer of AMT tweeter development, the Type 07 combines a smooth, controlled sound with a highly detailed, analytical performance across the audio spectrum.
Review: www.soundonsound.com | Published: 03/2017
The HEDD Type-07 is now the monitor to beat in the ‘sub $1k’ price category. I simply adored the sound of the Type07 and am very excited to see the functionality get expanded in the coming years with the various bridge modules. The aesthetic is simple and quite pleasing, the sound is spectacular, and the value is excellent.
Review: www.ask.audio | Published: 02/2017
With the Type 07, HEDD is introducing a real precision tool for music production. These monitors sound even and very nuanced. Small clicks, mixing errors and comparable problems are exposed very clearly. Despite it’s analytical capabilities, they are a joy to listen to as well.
Review: www.beat.de | Published: 11/2016
[…] the reproduction of the mids and highs is impressively accurate, making it a pleasure to mix on these monitors. After testing a range of musical styles, it becomes evident that the Type07 monitors sound […] open, mature, and […] convincing as full range speakers. […] Even with “busier” mix downs—with lots of sounds spread out over the full frequency range, or poorly produced records—the sound remains tranquil and neutral. Indeed, this is exactly what you want a studio monitor to do.
Review: www.xlr8r.com | Published: 10/2016