So Much, In So Little
Compact Power & Finesse
Tzero is built using a super stiff cabinet construction that drives the resonant frequency higher so it is more easily damped by our instrument-grade bracing. We utilized 5 full coats of lacquer, and solid aluminium feet and badging because REL owners understand quality must extend throughout a product, not just in the most obvious locations. And its diminutive scale allows it to all-but-hide among the furnishings in your home.
Bass Beyond Its Size
At REL every clean sheet design begins by defining and designing the best bass engine for a given application. While the long throw 6.5” is our smallest-to-date, but make no mistake it is powerful and articulate, able to fill medium-sized rooms effortlessly. Have a much larger space? Distribute them throughout for an unobtrusive spacious presentation of music and film sound.
Brains & Brawn
Right Sized Power & Control
Though Tzero is REL’s entry level, that doesn’t mean it can’t punch far above its weight class. 100W high current watts from a NextGen Class D amp means it holds its head high and is capable of delivering many years of satisfying performance. Includes a full REL connectivity suite, fast 8ms delay filter set and our famed High Level Input as well as a .1/LFE input.
Sounds like a million bucks.
I already own three REL subwoofers: two older Studio III and on T/5. The Tzero does not disappoint coupled with a pair of inexpensive but excellent Pioneer SP-BS22 flanking my Sony Trinitron HDTV (the last CRT made by Sony). It complements perfectly the limited bass response of the small 4" mid/woofer adding depth to male voices and a supremely clean lower octaves to the sound-stage. Given the price, a high quality product that does not disappoint the audiophile in me.
I have the NAD C-368 with BluOS, and B&W 685-S2 bookshelf with two Tzero subs, and when you phase your speakers in with the subs you "REALLY" get that 3 way speaker sound
I'm a recording engineer and I don't like subwoofers, never have. Always thought they were slow, sluggish unpleasant additions to any system just to hear a few notes at the low end of music.., until I tried a REL. The first REL was a T3 used for video LFE enhancement. The 2nd was a R-215 used in my studio to extend what I heard, in the low end, as I mixed. The amazing thing is that when I followed the REL recommended set up and dialed the sub in, I never heard the thing, only its absence when shut down. The 3rd one was a T5, I stumbled on used, for a secondary audio/video system. Can you see where I'm going here? Then I kept wanting a little more low end from my desl-top computer set up.., enter the T/Zero. So I went from not liking subs to being practically overrun by them. I must mention that all my Sub-Bass systems are REL, which I enthusiastically recommend to friends and colleagues. The only other sub that I have appreciated almost as much, is an old M&K VX-7 sealed box sub. Bottom line: RELs don't get in the way of the music.
Just wanted to let you know. I recently bought a tzero to go with my rega rs3 speakers and your tzero has transformed my system and the music I listen too. I have been considered buying one for a while but now I’m wondering why I waited. Just wanted to thank you for a wonderful product. Thanks