|Warranty length||5 Years (Speakers), 2 Years (Subwoofer)|
|Product Award||What HiFi Award 5 Stars|
HTS101 XP Satellite
Amp Power: 25–100 W/RMS
Sensitivity: (2.83V @1m) 89 dB
Nominal Impedance: 8 Ohms
Freq resp: (-6dB) 100Hz–43kHz
Crossover Freq: 3 kHz (LF-HF)
HF: 20mm titanium WideBand dome
Magnet System: Neodymium
Paper Cone: 4 x 2.5" elliptical
Incl: Wall bracket, self-adhesive feet
Dimensions (HWD): 185 x 100 x 109mm
Weight: 1.4kg (3.1lbs)
Driver: 8” paper cone, long throw
Power Output: 100 Watts
Crossover Freq: 50-200 Hz, variable
Inputs: LFE/Line, RCA/phono, speaker
Power Requirements: 115 or 230 V AC
Switchable: 50- 60 Hz, 60VA maximum
Fuse: AC 110-120 V T1.6AL 250 V
Extra: AUTO power, Switchable phase
Controls: Volume and crossover freq
Supplied accessories: mains cable
Dimensions (HWD): 420 x 275 x 370mm
Weight: 10.0 kg (24.3lbs)
A special 40% saving on this Tannoy HTS 101 XP speaker package, delivering big blockbuster movie sound from a discreet 5.1 loudspeaker design. Improving on the original multi-award winning HTS101, the HTS101 XP, has been designed to look as good as it sounds.
The TS2.8 Subwoofer, packaged to give eXtra Power (XP), uses a 200 W digital amplifier and two 8in drivers in a small cabinet for big bass sound without the big box inconvenience. The HTS brings movies to life with crisp dialogue, detailed effects and rich, deep bass. For seamless surround sound the HTS101 XP comes with five identical HTS Satellite speakers that can be positioned vertically or horizontally for centre channel placement.
Each speaker features a new 100mm (4”) oval mid/bass driver and a coaxially mounted 20mm (0.78”) WideBand tweeter with neodymium motor for perfect frequency alignment. Tonally matched on every channel, HTS101 XP delivers a truly immersive experience with accurate, intelligible dialogue and rich tone thanks to the wood cabinet and Tannoy’s extensive loudspeaker design experience.
The extra power (200W RMS), high-efficiency digital amplifier and sophisticated DSP engine drive the side-mounted 200mm (8”) long-throw driver. This works in in conjunction with a mass-loaded 200mm (8”) auxiliary bass radiator (ABR) on the opposite side of TS2.8 Sub to generate large scale movie sound from a small and easy to place cabinet.
The compact, wood constructed HTS Satellites boast point-source coaxial driver technology on the inside and a subtle blend of brushed and gloss black textures on the outside. Compatible with the widest range of AV amplifiers and receivers, HTS101 XP is ideal for stereo and all 5.1 channel surround sound formats. Each HTS satellite is supplied with a concealed wall mounting bracket and a removable grille with Tannoy badge that can be rotated to suit orientation. Tannoy’s TS2.8 Subwoofer produces room filling low-frequency effects from a compact and easy to place design.
'A fantastic all-round package which loses its predecessor’s glossy shine, but adds extra sparkle in the sound department. For; Well-integrated and wide spread of sound, tonally balanced, dynamics exceed physical size, compact, versatile design, smart finish.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine October 2015)
'Tannoy has done more than simply add ‘XP’ to the name. The design of the four satellites and subwoofer has had a welcome makeover, swapping the MDF cabinet’s shiny glossy finish for a smarter, brushed-look version. We like the more mature look, which is handily discreet.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine October 2015)
'These Tannoy satellites produce a more-than-decent spread of sound, filling our large test room with relative ease. Even when the speakers are placed 3-4m apart (around a metre wider than is ideal), the soundfield is airtight, with no detectable gap. In terms of sonic character, the HTS-101 XP doesn’t stray from its heritage of fast, exciting and spacious sound. It simply adds extra helpings of detail and solidity to the mix.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine October 2015)
'Dialogue comes through thick and fast without compromising on crispness, and highs are nicely pronounced and textured, meaning that careful system matching isn’t quite so necessary this time round. The well-integrated sub is a tiny powerhouse, slipping good amounts of low-end brunt effortlessly and cohesively into the presentation.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine October 2015)
'The Tannoy HTS-101 XP has been well thought-over, making minor yet effective revisions under the ‘XP’ umbrella... It’s a fantastic-sounding package, as practical as ever and one of the best of its kind we’ve come across.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine October 2015)