TANNOY is perhaps most renowned for developing the first true point-source transducer — the Dual Concentric driver. First developed in 1947, the technology has been subject to constant evolution and refinement over successive decades, taking advantage of new materials, manufacturing methods and acoustic research.
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It can also be used as a front stereo pair where listening room space is at a premium. Two pairs of Minis, an Eclipse Centre and a TANNOY TS2.8 subwoofer would make a superb performance 5.1 system for small rooms.
Eclipse One delivers a much larger and more spacious musical presentation than its compact cabinet dimensions would suggest.
The Eclipse One feature a 0.8 litre heavyweight fibreboard cabinet with a single Eclipse 127 mm (5 inch) mid/bass driver and the range’s 28 mm (1.1 inch) dome tweeter. A simple two-way design for musical purity, the Eclipse One boasts up to 140 Watts peak power handling, high 87 dB/Watt efficiency and a Wideband frequency response from 55 Hz up to over 32 kHz. This makes the Eclipse One ideal for High Resolution Audio and gives the design plenty of headroom for standard resolution (20 Hz-20 kHz) music.
Compact enough to fit in smaller TV cabinets yet potent enough to match the impressive Mercury 7.4 floorstander, this horizontal loudspeaker packs two 127 mm (5 inch) mid/bass drivers and the Mercury 7 series 28 mm (1.1 inch) tweeter in a rear-ported 6.2 litre cabinet.
Easily integrated into a basic 5.1 channel surround sound system using Mercury 7.2 at the front and Mercury 7.1 at the rear, the Mercury 7C delivers crystal clear dialogue and focused central vocals for multichannel music. Its 240 Watt peak power handling and 91 dB/Watt efficiency means it is equally suited to potent Mercury 7 surround sound set-up using Mercury 7.4 at the front and multiples pairs of Mercury 7.1 or 7.2 at the sides and rear of the listening room. Its 32 Hz upper frequency extension makes Mercury 7C capable of getting the best from High Resolution multichannel audio while its 62 Hz bass response is an ideal match for typical AV receiver bass management systems.
Cosmetically matching the entire Mercury 7 series, the Mercury 7C is available in walnut, light oak or black oak luxury wood grain effect finish.
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The Omnimagnet dual is augmented with twin 100 mm (4 inch) mid/bass drivers to deliver deep bass reproduction down to 62 Hz, bringing authentic presence to movie dialogue.
The compact 7.6 litre XT C cabinet utilises the low colouration trapezoid shape that defines the Revolution range, with extensive bracing to further enhance accuracy across the audio band. A unique variation on the XT-series plinth has been designed specifically for the XT C, allowing the speaker to be angled low, mid or high depending on its placement relative to the listener. The three-point contact with the speaker provides stable support whether the XT C is placed below or above a TV screen or directly behind an acoustically transparent projection screen.
With new surround sound formats delivering frequencies of up to 48 kHz, the TFX system is capable of capturing the uppermost harmonic detail of every effect for an incredibly lifelike cinematic experience. Fine details are crafted with precision and texture, and mid-band compression is eliminated to reveal an open and spacious soundstage – just how the director intended.
TFX 5.1 is supplied with convenient wall-mounting brackets for the four satellite loudspeakers. The centre-channel TFX speaker and, if convenient, the TFX satellites can be placed on any suitably firm surface. Dedicated loudspeaker cable is supplied in a single length to be cut to size depending on the distance between your home cinema equipment and each of the speakers.