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Tannoy Revolution DC4T

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Enclosure Type:2 way bass reflex
Rec Amplifier:20 125 Watts
Power Handling:62 Watts
Peak Power:250 Watts
FQ Response:54Hz - 20kHz
Crossover FQ:1.5kHz
Crossover Type:Passive low loss 2nd order LF, 1st order HF
Impedance:8 Ohms
Internal Volume:8 Litres
Drivers:1 x 19mm (0.75") Titanium dome with Tulip WaveGuideTM
2 x 100mm (4") treated paper cones
Dimensions:152 x 850 x 162mm (W x H x D)
Weight:9.1kg / 20.02lbs

Rating: 9.33 out of 10



By: Manta 5th Aug 2014
2 out of 5 "Damage way, way too easily"
Tannoy's DC4-T are probably aimed at the home cinema market. As mentioned before the blend seamlessly with the rest of the DC4 range but as a stand alone product I can't see any point to them. The fact that they are floorstanding has very little impact on bass enhancement due to their compact size which means that music can sound a little thin at times. They do a good job with spoken word CDs or talk radio but then again so do the DC4's (and many other "bookshelf" speakers).

One major concern is the build material. If it is solid wood then it behaves like laminated chipboard. The slightest knock will result in a dent or bashed corner. I don't think I've ever seen a used pair without some damage to the cabinets. The crazy thing is that the original pairs didn't even come with a plinth so, with a footprint of only 15cm x 16cm, placing them was like stacking dominoes on gelatin - very difficult to do and sooner or later they will fall over! Granted, the addition of the plinth made a huge difference to stability but even with this (and spikes) trying to get them to stand true vertical on carpet was a major achievement.
22 people liked this review.

By: Cinemaniac 2nd Jul 2012
5 out of 5 "Great partners for the Revolution DC4 LCR"
Pair these with the Revolution DC4 LCR for seamless integration and a sound that just hangs in the air. The small footprint makes these floor standing speakers very easy to site as they take up no more, or even less space, than speaker stands would with the added advantage of the cabinet volume for a more weighty sound. The sound is agile and responsive and extremely well blended with accurate positioning of the action on the screen. The sound that this combination produces is three dimensional, almost as if the speakers were not part of the set-up but the sound was coming directly from the screen and it's surroundings. If you're thinking of upgrading your tiny satellites for something with a bit more muscle but without the physical presence these are definitely worth a demo.
16 people liked this review.


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