The Eclipse Mini is an ultra-compact bookshelf speaker which can be used as the rear channel in a home theatre or multi-channel speaker set up.
It can also be used as a front stereo pair where listening room space is at a premium. Two pairs of Minis, an Eclipse Centre and a TANNOY TS2.8 subwoofer wo..
Various system configurations are possible with the Eclipse Centre as it will work well with either the Eclipse Mini or Eclipse One as the rear channel and Eclipse Two or Three for front left and right channel. Alternatively, for small rooms, a very compact system is possible by combining the Eclips..
Compact enough to fit in smaller TV cabinets yet potent enough to match the impressive Mercury 7.4 floorstander, this horizontal loudspeaker packs two 127 mm (5 inch) mid/bass drivers and the Mercury 7 series 28 mm (1.1 inch) tweeter in a rear-ported 6.2 litre cabinet.
Easily integrated into a basic..
Ideal for bookshelf placement, on a PC desk or in the bedroom, Mercury 7.1 gives little away to larger rivals by integrating a 127 mm (5 inch) mid/bass driver with the Mercury 7 series 28 mm (1.1 inch) tweeter in a rear-ported 4.7 litre cabinet.
Ideal for connecting to budget stereo amplifiers or am..
Partnered with the series’ new 28 mm (1.1 inch) soft dome tweeter and audiophile crossover, the Mercury 7.2 offers a big sound and even bigger value for money.
The easy to drive nominal 8 Ohm load and high 89 dB efficiency means the Mercury 7.2 can be partnered with a broad range of quality amplifie..
Suitable for medium and larger sized rooms, the Eclipse Three is a substantial system upgrade for budget and more upmarket Hi-Fi systems as well as premium amplified network streamers.
The Eclipse Three employs a D’Appolito driver configuration, usually only found on much more affluent loudspeaker d..
The smallest driver in this Omnimagnet series mates a 20 mm (0.79 inch) Linear PEI dome HF unit and Torus-Ogive waveguide with a 100 mm (4 inch) multi-fibre mid/LF cone. The result is a loudspeaker capable of delivering outstanding imaging and class-leading musical articulation in the smallest liste..
The Omnimagnet dual is augmented with twin 100 mm (4 inch) mid/bass drivers to deliver deep bass reproduction down to 62 Hz, bringing authentic presence to movie dialogue.
The compact 7.6 litre XT C cabinet utilises the low colouration trapezoid shape that defines the Revolution range, with extensiv..
Suitable for larger listening rooms or where high volumes are required, Mercury 7.4’s 44 litre twin-ported cabinet, dual 178 mm (7 inch) mid/bass drivers and refined 28 mm (1.1 inch) soft dome tweeter pack a mighty punch.
To further enhance imaging and produce the widest soundstage, the drivers are ..
Combining a 150 mm (6 inch) multi-fibre cone with a 25 mm Linear PEI dome and benefitting from the Torus-Ogive waveguide the Revolution XT 6 driver is coupled with a crossover using low loss laminated core inductors and audiophile components throughout.
The 10.8 litre cabinet has Revolution XT’s sig..
Both the Omnimagnet Dual, with its 25 mm Linear PEI dome HF unit and Torus-Ogive waveguide, and the auxiliary driver feature a multi-fibre cone with rubber surround and a 44 mm edge wound voice coil to ensure seamless bass performance. The Revolution XT 6F crossover uses low loss laminated core indu..
The new Omnimagnet Dual further refines bass performance with its linear LF response and exceptional timbre accuracy, while its new HF section with Torus-Ogive waveguide delivers smooth HF extension with outstanding imaging. The Revolution XT 8F crossover uses low loss laminated core inductors and a..