Brand TANNOY

Bookshelf speakers Tannoy Mercury V1
The Mercury V1s take over from the previous F1 series, boasting slightly bigger cabinets than the previous models, new 13cm pulp fibre bass/mid cones and a 25mm soft dome tweeter. Inside the cabinets have extra bracing and silver-plated wiring. The capacitors in the high frequency part of the crossovers...
Tannoy Mercury V1 Bookshelf speakers
Floor standing speakers Tannoy Mercury v4
The Mercury v4 is the entry level floorstander, lacking the brand double-concentric drive units of the larger range versions. Silver plated copper wiring visits a crossover that does the company at 2.6kHz. The big, significant cupboard is an 18mm MDF matter using a vinyl wrap that seems all right...
Tannoy Mercury v4 Floor standing speakers
Bookshelf speakers Tannoy Precision 6.1
It must give a taste of greatness, or even the culinary encounter that is complete! Revealing this, it's a styled merchandise that is purposefully, using a layout proposing few compromises. And as anyone who is heard one understands, this can be no bad thing. This one is believed to possess an exceptionally...
Tannoy Precision 6.1 Bookshelf speakers
Floor standing speakers Tannoy Revolution XT 6F
All of us know just what a good loudspeaker should do, but how to do it's another issue altogether - there are a variety of methods for attempting this. Moving coil drive units in a wooden box are the most straightforward and most common type to make, but arguably the most flawed. However, as the concept...
Tannoy Revolution XT 6F Floor standing speakers
Floor standing speakers Tannoy Revolution XT 8F
The first Dual Concentric speaker of Tannoy goes back to 1946, and since then the design has been refined by the firm up to the new XT series. The notion of putting a coaxial speaker joining mid/bass and treble units into one drive unit is an exceptionally great one. We've reviewed and liked the smaller...
Tannoy Revolution XT 8F Floor standing speakers