The prerequisite and basis for the excellent performance of our loudspeakers are our unique cabinets. All cabinets of TIDAL are designed to keep the energy storage effects at a minimum, as well as to absorb the mechanical and acoustic disturbance components, produced by the drivers. For that we did extensive research to find a material combining both resonance absorption and ultimate rigidity and stiffness to guarentee the speaker drivers perfect conditions to reproduce the signal the most precise way.

Regular materials such as MDF, wood or aluminum could be a good choice, but these materials do lack either in rigidity or resonance absorption or have other disadvantages. This is why we developed something combining actually opposite qualities. The result are TIDAL's proprietary polyshell cabinets made out of TIRADUR and TIRALIT.
They are extremely rigid but also very resonance absorptive and it is the only advanced cabinet material with an outer shell prepared for the finest veneers and our famous piano lacquers. Also it is completely resistant to any kind of humidity which is important to guarantee a perfect quality for decades.

But building our cabinets from TIRADUR and TIRALIT is just one aspect. Another one, at least as same important, is how it is designed even to the smallest details.
Our deliberately positioned and deadened supports, CAD simulated bracings and chambers avoid the swinging of the exterior walls and yet perfectly house all inner parts, such as they do control and air flow of the sonic and air compression just to name a few.

All loudspeaker chassis, crossover networks and inductors work in a separate sealed chambers in the loudspeaker cabinet itself. By this, there are no mutual interferences of the individual drivers among each other and the sensitive crossover networks. So as beautiful and timeless our cabinets do look like from the outside, as state-of-the-art and ultra complex they are from the inside. As one says: more than meets the eye. Much more.