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Tannoy E11 Series 90

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Type:2 way ducted port hfdb.co/1527.php
Recommended Amp:10 - 90 Watts
Frequency Response:55Hz - 20kHz
Crossover Frequency:3kHz
Nominal Impedance:8 Ohms
Internal Volume:11 Litres
Dimensions:210 x 388 x 205mm (W x H x D)
Year:1988 - 1991

Rating: 9.00 out of 10
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By: promars 06 May 2020
4 out of 5 "Sound great!"
I traded these for an old Dual turntable and didn't have any special expectations. I have a pair of old Tannoy Mercury S and love them, but these E11 sounds almost as good, and even perform a little better in the low end.
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By: Andrew 14 Jul 2014
5 out of 5 "Great"
Picked up a pair of these in a pawn shop for 25, what a bargain. Great sounding speakers that easily keep up with a lot of modern units costing around 200. They have a very rich low end so can run without a sub for music... for true LFE you'd still need a sub as these only drop down to 55 Hz. However it should be noted that some of these will be 25 years old now and might have had a hard life so listen before you buy.
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By: Nick 10 May 2013
5 out of 5 "bargain"
Inherited these from my dad when he upgraded to Kef floorstanders.

Excellent sound suitable for smallish space - run them with or without a subwoofer.

If you see them on Ebay they should be less than 50 and way better than most stuff you would pick up new for 200
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By: Phil 17 Jul 2012
5 out of 5 "Great Buy"
Picked these up at a boot sale for 5.. one of the tweeter dust cap is indented tried the usual methods to remove it but no success. However only cosmetic as the sound from these is first class.. using a Pioneer A 400 amp. Certainly out class my Monitor Audio ' Monitor Ones'

A total bargain the clarity of the bass and trebles is superb.
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