“Mike Adams is responsible for some of the most widely-used and universally requested stage monitors in touring history. The hm-115, and the h-Class in general, draw from Mike’s vast catalog and experience to bring a new performance standard to the stage in a familiar and well-established format.”
- Ken Berger, VUE CEO
As the latest evolution in a family of world-renowned stage monitors from VUE’s Design Chief Michael Adams, VUE’s hm-Class formula has been perfected over the course of many decades. In fact, the hm-115’s footprint and transducer orientation is the direct descendent of classic monitors that have shared the stage with acts such as Toby Keith, Frank Santana, Boz Scaggs, Rage Against the Machine, Def Leppard, Brian Setzer, Gary Allan, Lenny Kravitz, Elvis Costello, and Lucinda Williams to just name a few.
The new hm-115 updates this legendary formula by taking full advantage of VUE’s most advanced technologies and the same “No Compromises” design philosophy behind the company’s flagship h-Class systems. From its precise, beryllium-infused HF transducers, to the companion rack-mount V4 VUEDrive Systems Engine with next-generation DSP capabilities, the hm-115 is a fully integrated, electro-acoustic monitoring system that delivers unparalleled output and fidelity for the most demanding fold-back applications.
“If a speaker could have a pedigree, the hm-115 would be the loudspeaker equivalent of a thoroughbred,” remarked VUE CEO Ken Berger. “Mike Adams is responsible for some of the most widely-used and universally requested stage monitors in touring history. The hm-115, and the h-Class in general, draw from Mike’s vast catalog and experience to bring a new performance standard to the stage in a familiar and well-established format.”
With an unflinching focus on innovation through technology and a firm commitment to relationships, the VUE Audiotechnik team united in 2012. With more than a century of combined experience, VUE’s founders have been at the epicenter of many of professional audio’s most noted success stories. From visionary loudspeaker designs that set the tone for our industry today, to the development of the giants in modern sound reinforcement, the team’s work has been felt and heard throughout the spectrum of professional audio. Since inception, VUE has experienced immediate acceptance and unparalleled growth. Though a relatively new addition to the lineup of professional audio loudspeaker manufacturers, VUE is already recognized as a leader in innovation. Explore our success stories at www.vueaudio.com.
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