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"These Tannoys are the most talented floorstanders we've heard in years." 'What Hi-Fi? 2016'. 5-star review.
A bigger speaker for less
The Tannoy Eclipse Three speakers are perfectly suited to larger rooms and powerful music. Their easy-going characteristics also make them the ideal match for budget separates or mini systems alike. Match up with other Eclipse speakers and they can also make the basis for an impressive value home cinema speaker package.
Tannoy drive units for natural sound
Starting at the top, the Tannoy Eclipse Three uses soft dome tweeters. These go higher up the frequency range than usual, with the 32kHz range giving the sound a smooth yet detailed balance. Matching this, the twin 5-inch woofer units provide a natural midrange for convincingly life-like vocals.
Powerful, dynamic sound
Using twin bass woofers gives the Eclipse Three a powerful and dynamic sound that goes deeper and lower than pretty much anything else in its price range. With the ability to drop right down to 38Hz, these speakers are perfect for everything from organ recitals to hardcore drum n' bass.
Heavyweight cabinet for low distortion
These might be Tannoy's most affordable floorstanding speakers but that doesn't mean compromised build quality. The heavyweight fibreboard cabinet minimises distortion, giving a pure and detailed sound that's free from cabinet 'boom'. Further quality details that you might not expect from budget speakers include gold-plated cable posts and quality crossovers with close tolerance components.
Finished in a black oak effect, the Tannoy Eclipse Three is a classic design that's designed to fit in with all types of decors. Silver detailing makes the speakers stand out or, for a more discreet look, simply attach the supplied grilles.
With the power to impress, for less than might imagine, the Tannoy Eclipse Three speakers overshadow their competitors.
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|Magnetically Shielded||Are they magnetically shielded? Allows speaker to be placed near a CRT TV/Monitor or sensitive magnetically stored data without the risk of damage.|
|Sensitivity (dB)||The higher the figure the easier the speaker is to drive - meaning a lower powered amp may be used||90|
|Impedance (ohms)||Resistance. Average figure is 8 ohmns. Figure halves when doubling the number of speakers||8|
|Bi-wireable||Are they bi-wirable? Separate earthing for tweeter and woofer - when used with bi-wiring cable gives a more precise sound|
|Power Rating (Watts)||Maximum power rating - long term/short term (RMS)||60/240 Continuous/Peak|
|Dimensions||Dimensions of speaker cabinet excluding any spikes, feet or binding posts. (H x W x D) in mm||959 x 270 x 287|
|Weight||Weight of each speaker in KG.||12.1|
|Black||Is the finish of this speaker black?|
|Wood||Is the finish of this speaker wood style or wood?|
|Other Colour||Is the finish of this speaker another colour?|
|Freq Response (Hz)||The lower the first figure the deeper the bass should be||38 - 32,000|
|Speaker Enclosure Type||Type of speaker enclosure. Infinite baffle cabinets are sealed and so are often less fussy about placement. Usually they do require a little more power to drive, though. Bass reflex speakers are usually more efficient than infinite baffle designs but may require more care in terms of placement. Rear port designs, in particular, usually need at least 15-30cm (6 - 12 inches) between them and the wall behind, for a balanced bass response. ABR = Auxcillary Bass Radiator (looks like a standard bass cone but without power)||Bass reflex - rear port|