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Mini Lore Monitor

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Original price was: $810.Current price is: $700.

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    Description

    • 8″ extended range transducer
    • 1″ silk soft dome tweeter
    • 8 Ohm average impedance
    • Frequency Response 55Hz-20kHz
    • 95dB 1W@1m
    • 200 Watts power handling
    • Height 16.5″ x Width 9.125″ x Depth 13″
    • Weight 25 lbs.
    • Manufactured in the USA

    3 reviews for Mini Lore Monitor

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    1. Dennis B

      I sold my Bowers & Wilkins 685 S2 bookshelf speakers in order to buy the Klipsch RP 600 version 2. When I tested the Klipsch, the sound was very thin, no punch. The imaging was not happening at all. I sent them back and got the TeKtOn Mini Lore monitors. Right out of the box the build quality is amazing. The 8 inch driver is not typical for a bookshelf speaker. The sound is aggressive, fast, and punchy. I can’t get much past 11 o’clock on the Sansui AU-719’s volume control. (Super efficient) Imaging is clear and wide. Bass is spectacular! I experienced no distortion. Buy these TeKtons and don’t waste your time like I did with the other brands. You will not be disappointed! Nothing comes close at this price point!!!

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    2. Willis Bush

      Electric, detailed sound, like a veil dropping. A big bookshelf speaker that sounds big. The standard blue paint is very nice. A conversation piece as well as an outstanding sound reproducer.

    3. Willis Bush

      Stunning, electric, detailed sound. A veil seems to drop when listening. A “big” bookshelf speaker, and they can fill my small family room. Am driving with a basic AV receiver, crossed over at 80 Hz and supported by an Andrew Jones designed Pioneer Elite 10 inch sealed sub. What you see in the pictures is the standard blue paint.

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    Professional Reviews

    David Blumenstein , Dagogo
    "I can think of a number of reasons to acquire the Mini-Lore Monitor. Being in the market for an affordable, highly sensitive/efficient stand mount comes to mind, as does not having to raise the volume past 11 o’clock. For those with low-power gear and for those embarking on the wonderful journey that is tube/valve, the Mini-Lore Monitors make for an inviting proposition, both sonically and economically."