The Thrashers: TONEAudio Magazine Review
A little known secret is that the Pacific Northwest—our verdant corner of the world—is home to a number of acclaimed and well-established audio companies, manufacturers, and organizations. TONEAudio Magazine's publisher resides in Vancouver, Washington, and we're thrilled to claim such a well-curated and down-to-earth publication centered around audio—and the love of music!
Recently, we sent a pair of our Thrasher industrial series speakers to Tone Audio. Knowing our own long history of having fun with our own sets of Thrashers and knowing that the sets of them installed around local businesses are still being enjoyed, we felt confident that they would be accepted on some level. But we were surprised (and honored, of course) at just how much of a chord they struck with the publisher, Jeff Dorgay. In his Publisher's Letter that opens the magazine, he writes:
Fun is something that goes into all of our designs. Another focus of ours is versatility. We want quality musical reproduction to take center stage in the home, be it in your living, bedroom, office, or your garage / shop. Enter the Thrashers. In the latest issue of TONEAudio, Mark Marcantonio reviews our industrial shop speakers in the magazine's '995: Sound that won't Break the Bank' section.
To read the rest of the review, download TONEAudio Magazine's Issue 65.
In the publisher's note, Jeff Dorgay writes: "After auditioning the Thrashers with everything from an $88,000 pair of Pass Xs300s to my Sansui 771, I decided that I need them. Per [the reviewer's] suggestion, they are my new garage speakers. Rock on."