Wilson Audio/Luxman/Innuous/MSB - T.H.E. Show 2019

Ron Resnick

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Alex and Fabio of Alma Music & Audio hosted three rooms. Wilson Audio TuneTots fronted the smallest of Alma’s systems on display.



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The TuneTots were driven by the Luxman 509 Integrated amplifier. An Innuous ZEN Mk3 streamed music to an MSB Discrete DAC with full power supply.

I personally have very little interest in computer speakers or stand-mounted speakers or satellite speakers. But I do want to give Wilson Audio credit for creating tiny speakers which perform and sound like at the very least much larger stand-mounted speakers.

If you want ultra high sound quality speakers for your computer or maybe even for a small bedroom system Wilson Audio TuneTots are the speakers you want to buy.
 
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spiritofmusic

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Just because they say Wilson on the label? I don't think so, Ron.
 

Ron Resnick

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Just because they say Wilson on the label? I don't think so, Ron.

:rolleyes:
“. . . tiny speakers which perform and sound like at the very least much larger stand-mounted speakers.”
 
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There are quite a few alternatives that do that very thing.
 

Steve Williams

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Ron calls them Tiny Tots. Someone else has called them Tater Tots. And I've also heard them called Tune Tots. Great job by Wilson, eh. I guess the sound is what matters.
You’re blaming Wilson for the fact that people don’t know the name of the speaker ?
 

Ron Resnick

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Ron calls them Tiny Tots. Someone else has called them Tater Tots. And I've also heard them called Tune Tots. Great job by Wilson, eh. I guess the sound is what matters.
They are named TuneTots. I apologize for mis-naming them Tiny Tots.
 
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I believe the Tot's are being rated probably a little too high over what I would expect the Luxman to contribute, along with a hell of a digital front end. The Luxman has some features that cannot be found in almost any other gear. I can't fully advocate for them as I'm not sure if I like the circuits of theirs and such, but they do a couple things correct that 99.999% of companies do not.
 

bazelio

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What's the use case for A/B speaker binding posts? But OK... balanced and unbalanced options. Is that it? Many units provide input options, preamp outs, tape loops. I thought we were talking about things done correctly in the circuit that would affect sound.
 
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