WWE, World Wrestling Entertainment, Selects Carl Tatz Design’s Dual PhantomFocus™ System to Tune Studio Monitors

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— Dynaudio C4s and Yamaha NS10s Enhanced in a Dual PhantomFocus™ System Where Both Nearfields and Mains Share the Same Frequency Response Curve — Stamford, CT: “It’s as advertised,� says James Johnson, musical director and chief engineer at the sprawling WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) complex, of the Carl Tatz Design (CTD) Dual PhantomFocus™ System that was implemented at the main studio. Carl Tatz was highly recommended and then hired to “bump up� the lackluster performance of the main monitors in this beautiful facility. Johnson was then informed by CTD that he could have a Dual PFS that would allow his NS10’s to have the same frequency response as the mains yet retain the intimacy of a near field system while sharing the same subwoofer system. While many speaker companies now offer “click-and-play� room correction software with their monitors to address an obvious need to compensate for the acoustic anomalies found in all studios relating to monitor performance, the CTD PhantomFocus System is the only technology of its kind that can guarantee world class performance in any room with any set of speakers. “It is a turnkey solution involving many steps and processes that, over the course of about two days, delivers jaw-droppingly accurate performance to its owners,� says Tatz.

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