Summary: The reviews of the Revolution DC6s speak for themselves and if they were a good speaker for £600, then they are an unbelievable deal at under £200. Despite it being acknowledged there is a lack of depth in bass with these units, I find it more than adequate for my large tenement living room. These are great speakers for the front pair in a home cinema or for your hi-fi room but at this price you will not find a better value speaker.
Summary: I replaced my Wharfedale Diamond 9.2 with these Tannoy speakers, it's a huge improvement. I play rock/pop music, they are capable of high volume with no distortion. I'm really pleased...especially at the price I paid (£200).
Summary: Need plenty of time to run these speakers in, but once you've done that you will be suitably impressed. The cabinets feel very substantial for a smallish speaker and stereo imagery is good. If you are thinking of buying these speakers, don't. Just do it!
Pros: good sound from a small box , speakers are easy to drive
Stunning. Highly recommended. Won't be the weak link in any setup.
Teacbuyer, Richer Sounds
26 February 2015
Summary: Coupled with a Teac AG790, these sound absolutely great. Using the output from my Focusrite VRM Box connected to my pc, the sound is balanced and clear. Vocals shine, bass is punchy and quick, mids are what they are, and highs are sweet. Worth noting is response drops off uniformly from about 90Hz, but I have applied an EQ to my pc with a program called "fPEQGUI-10" the speakers to make up for this.
Pros: natural sound , come with magnetic covers , great bass extension capability if eqed , clear and punchy , excels in all genres , slick high quality finish
Cons: sounded a little harsh for the first few hours
Summary: Bought these speakers whilst on offer at £199, absolute bargain. Some stores are still selling these at around £400, for which they are still worth every penny. Had them now for a couple of weeks with plenty of run in hours under their belt so thought it was time to write a review. They are quite simply stunning, there is a great sense of depth to all music types, the mids are open and spacious, the bass well controlled and not overpowering (Bass junkies probably won't...
Summary: Bought these to replace my ageing Celestion F10's and although still running them in, I'm very impressed already. They sound superb and also look the business, especially with the grills off. Magnectic grilles is also a nice touch. Whether playing vinyl (Pro-ject Debut Carbon) or DVD-Audio, SACD or HDCD on my Denon DVD -3930 Universal Player, the Tannoys handle everything with ease. Yes, bass could be a bit deeper, but go for the floor standers for that.
Summary: Bit of a pointless review really as I bought these speakers last Wednesday just before going on a short break and although I'm back now I haven't yet had the chance to plug them in and give them a listen. I can't wait to though; I just need a decent amp that matches the quality of the speakers. This review is really for Richard Sounds, the service was great and the price was unbelievable.
Summary: As a 'newbie' Into the hifi world I wanted a good starter setup, these speakers at this price not only meet the need for 'entry' level but once I've saved money for an amp upgrade will be more than adequate. They should also fetch a good trade in value when my amp requires a speaker upgrade.
Summary: I have just bought this speaker last week and thought it would be time to upgrade from my KEF bookshelf speaker which is a bit old. This speaker is stunning. The quality, the depth, the build and the bass are all superior that is mind blowing. Initially i've hooked this system up as a single wire into a Mini HIFI system from Yamaha which is only 35 Watts and its struggling to drive some music out.
Pros: clarity , built , design , bass , quality of wood
Summary: Due to their sensitivity, these speakers will work with a wide range of amplifiers, but to hear them near their full potential you should pair them with one of at least the same price, or at least intend to upgrade to that level and position with some space (at least 6 inches) between the back of the speaker and the wall. I've given them 4/5 on audio quality but this is only when comparing to much larger and more expensive tannoys...
Pros: fast and clear sound , beautiful to look at , robust build quality , amazing value