Especially if you're into producing multi-channel audio, additional bass is most welcome for mastering, mixing and generally, monitoring your work. Even in the studio environment, there everything is quiet and all things are well heard, a dedicated bass solution can be what you were looking for in order to get the bigger and better picture.
If you're in search for a professional bass reproduction system, the TS112iDP subwoofer from Tannoy might be the right choice, as it manages to pack together advanced construction techniques and a long-throw driver capable of handling huge amounts of power with pristine sound in a bass machine that will fit in almost any studio, even small ones.
The Tannoy TS112iDP comes with a sealed, infinite baffle construction that allows for a tight and crisp LF performance at very serious sound pressure levels up to 118dB. The cabinet of the Tannoy TS112iDP is made from hi-strength MDF and sports heavy internal strutting and damping structures rendering it almost completely inert and impervious to resonance and unwanted vibrations, offering a non-colored, flat sonic response.
At the heart of the Tannoy TS112iDP lies the huge 12” woofer with aluminium cone and massive rubber surround, capable of offering a sound response ranging between 25Hz and 150Hz, with DSP engine-regulated crossover points in compliance with the task it performs. This cubic subwoofer can throw as much as 750W in your room, being by far more than enough for an explosive experience with any kind of media.
The Tannoy TS112iDP is perfectly voiced as the ideal match for monitors like the 6” driver ones, but it can also be used in conjunction with Ellipse iDP units; in any case this bass machine will supply with a most serious bass power overhead, suitable for the most complex operations. Selling for around $2,770.