|Frequency Response||68Hz - 54kHz|
|Warranty length||5 Years|
|Recommended amplifier power||20 - 100 Watts|
|Continuous power handling||50 Watts RMS|
|Frequency response||68Hz - 54kHz -6dB|
|Sensitivity||88dB (2.83 Volts @ 1 metre)|
|Nominal impedance||8 Ohms|
|Dual Concentric™ high frequency||19mm (0.75”) titanium dome with Tulip WaveGuide™|
|Dual Concentric™ low frequency||100mm (4.00”) treated paper pulp cone with rubber surround. 33mm (1.33”) edge wound voice coil|
|Dispersion||90 degrees conical|
|Type||Passive low loss 2nd order compensated LF, 1st order compensated HF|
|Enclosure type||Rear ported|
|Volume||3.5L (213.5 cu.ins”)|
|Dimensions||345 x 210 x 130mm
(13.50 x 8.25 x 5.00”)
|Weight||4.0kg (8.8 lbs)|
|Finish||Teak veneer with solid teak trim detail|
|Warranty||5 years standard parts (1 year electrical parts)|
The Tannoy Autograph Mini speakers are hugely scaled-down but authentic versions of a loudspeaker that was famous fifty years ago, standing only just over a foot tall - finished in teak. Reduced to a fraction of the size of the immense and revered original Tannoy Autograph, these exquisite replicas are the ultimate modern retro audio products. Their diminutive size and accurately detailed finish produce a modern day classic that will embellish the most contemporary surroundings.
Remaining true to the cabinet build and finish quality of that yesteryear model, the Autograph Mini naturally incorporates a 4.00” Dual Concentric driver - the unique engineering statement that makes this speaker a 'real' Tannoy. Combining wide bandwidth technology to ensure breathtakingly natural midrange and a heavy cast alloy frame and multi fibre paper pulp cone for well defined bass performance, this miniature Dual performs with subtlety, stunning detail and expansive imaging.
With a high quality teak veneer finish and solid teak detailing, these speakers perfectly blend high end performance with impressive, antique styling and look at home alongside any high quality furnishings.
Complete with front grilles (shown below)
Trust me: at no point will you mistake this for anything smaller than a sealed two-way with an 8 in driver. It has almost enough weight and extension to convey the mass of 'The Hebrides' and certainly enough to deal with the flowing funk of Keb Mo's 'People Got to Be Free'. The Mini can fill the space in front of you, in three dimensions, with palpable mass. (Hi-Fi News magazine)
The Mini’s imaging is amazing, too, with the sound rarely seeming to be trapped in the boxes...the high frequencies are smooth and naturally extended, again allowing each instrument to sound open and dynamically real. The tweeters are very revealing, though; so you’ll want to use a good front end....from two or three feet away they sound phenomenal, and I think this is partially because the distance from the tweeter and woofer to your ear is always the same no matter how far away you are. This is easily the best desktop monitor I’ve heard (Absolute Sound magazine)