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w ere i n operati on w or ld- wide, S ystems C ommuni cati on presti gi ous l ocati ons of many such ast heHouse i ncl udi ng in New N ati onb suilding i n London andtheU ni ted C ommons later Tannoy wasestablished asthe York. A decade T.hanks t o t he Moni tor desi gn l eader i n S tudi o undi sputed poi nt pri nci pl e theD ual hi- f ilist ener s of C oncent r ics, source in research achievement fromTannoy were alsobenefiting professi onal or opm ent s engi neeri devel ng adapti ng cr it ical i nal endorsement of Tan noy's domestiuse. c The

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perfected in 1926 man, GuyFountain Always anenterprising forthe e a n dre l i a bl enough wrh i c h w a ss i mp l e a r e c ti i e two used Hisrectifiers o radio batteries. home charging - h ence Tannoy. N otl ong m alloy me ta lsT a n ta l u a n da l e a d in 1929, he factory wasestablished thefirstTannoy after DC usi ng g o i l oudspeakers w i thmo v i n c be g a n e x p e ri m e n ts w ona in1930 th ecompany m E.a rl y en e rg i s e da g n e ts w i tha sound Mi l l s C ircus to y eB e rtra m c o n tra c t s u p p l th never looked back. Thecompany reinforcement system.

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It takes range a wide of engineering skills to produce Success andacclaim loudspeaker thatis both Tannoy's Dual satisfying and Concentrics, developed asanacoustic design acoustically principle attractively styled. Toproduce inthe thirties and still unequalled in point source performance, theTannoy SIXES, every now thelimelight share with theTannoy acoustic, Discrete design and loudspeakers firstdeveloped intheearly 1980's. The immediate engineer within success otheMercury withboth hi-i critics manuacturing contributed hisor her and discerning buyers ledtothedevelopment othePlanet Tannoy particular strengths, was to feature working Series and in Hi-Fi Choice Awards or years together to produce Loudspeakers aninnovative ornoless than fourconsecutive inthe and challenging new loudspeaker mid'80's. refinement range. Concurrent in production methods From initial to desig6,. possible qualitg acoustic tests ine, thepoint where and tuning through it was to manufacture to rigorous Dual quality control in manuacturing, withnoloss Tannoy Concentrics every loudspealcl of component orassembly SIXES - sonically - thecapability fora parallel and aesthetically cost to Discrete systems, allowed usto add the displays of thehi{i industry's most acclaimed DC100 DC200 experienced and models to therange. Finally engineering team. in provided performance Indeed theTannoy thelate combination 1980's, theTannoy odesign, Series 90speakers us quality and witha unique o construction has range regarded secured forushard of highly Dual won Concentric and by H.M. Discrete Government asa supplier systems, again winning many in respected approval meeting the awards stringent AQAP-4 hi{i journals standard. around theworld.

combination oacoustic design and visual styling isthat Dual Concentric speakers have now wonJapan's 'Golden prestigious three times Sound'Award since its inception in 1979.

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