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  • Srinaldi12
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-10-11

    I have a blown speaker.  I have a set of Tannoy Revolution mini xt.  I have contacted the dealer, and created a service ticket.  Noone has been of any help.  I absolutely love these speakers.  I don't want to go another route, but I'm on the verge of giving up and just buying another set of speakers from another manufacturer.  It's still under warranty and it's getting frustrating.

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  • Paulo1
    Triber
    2019-10-11

    Tannoy Launch CVS 1.0 series in-ceiling loudspeaker range

    Tannoy, the legendary UK-based manufacturer of reference monitors, hi-fi loudspeakers and commercial speakers are announcing a new range of in-ceiling loudspeakers.

    The CVS1.0 series combines Tannoy’s class leading design pedigree and world respected driver technology to produce a new range of in-ceiling loudspeakers designed for cost critical applications without compromising the high level of performance users expect from Tannoy. The range is designed to excel in a wide variety of applications such as restaurants, hotels, houses of worship, retail, educational facilities and business of all types that require a combination of excellent music and speech sound quality and exceptional reliability.

    The line-up consists of six models that are all available in semi-matt black or semi-matt white finishes. All deliver the power handling, wide frequency response and low distortion typically found in more expensive products. Each model has a powder coated aluminium mesh grille with dust protection. The drivers are mounted in a UV and weather resistant UL 94-V0 and 94-5VB ABS front with a plated steel fire can enclosures. In addition, each model has EN54-24 certification for detection and fire alarm systems, UL1480 certification for fire protected signalling systems and UL2043 certification for air-handling spaces.

    The CVS 301 is designed to provide superb audio performance and features a three-inch polypropylene full range driver with butyl rubber surround for enhanced durability.  

    The CVS 401, CVS 601 and CVS 801 feature four, six and eight-inch coaxial polypropylene drivers with butyl rubber surround and ferrofluid cooled soft dome high frequency drivers that provide class leading sound quality. 

    The CVS 801S in-ceiling subwoofer uses an eight -inch polypropylene long-excursion driver that delivers weighty extended and controlled bass. The low pass baffle design allows the use with other loudspeakers without the need for a crossover. A low impedance version is also available.

    Other features include:
    • Supplied in pairs complete with all mounting hardware
    • Wide constant directivity for optimum coverage
    • Mounting C-ring and ceiling tile rails included
    • Steel cover and strain relief clamping mechanism for fire rated cable
    • Transformer Taps for 70V / 100V line systems or 8 Ohm operatio
    • Ten-year warranty

    TANNOY_CVS 1.0_Series.jpg

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  • EvoLunatic
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-10-10

    Hi,

    I have an issue with one speaker. I barely get high frequencies. I need a manual inorder troubleshoot and disassemble the driver. Might be a loose wire.

    Who do I contact regarding this?

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  • scredly
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-10-09

    Is there a button/power sequence to reset an IP2000?   Out of nowhere, the input sensitivity of one of my units is out of whack.   One unit volume is at 4.5 and the other is now at 26 to match it.     

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  • JuliaSP
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-10-07

    Hi,  I got an email about your new product C210 column speaker.  I was literally about to listen to/possibly buy some other brands but thought I'd hold off as I ahve a Behringer mixing desk, and thought I'd check it out.  Looked up ALL the websites for the suppliers listed...nothing...no one has details on the weight of the unit, spec, costs, when it's all going to be availalble? Anyone know?  

    Thanks in advance.  

    J

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  • chart
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-10-04

    I need dimensions for the Tannoy CMS ceiling speaker backcans.  There is no dimensional informaiton on the data sheets.  Specifically, I need dimensions for:

    CMS 503 Backcan PI

    If avaiable, I would also like to get CAD files (dwg or dxf) for all the Tannoy backcans.

    Carl Hartzler - Promedia

     

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    • chart
      Emadson

      Are you looking for all the PI Backcan drawings? Please message me your email address and I will get them too you.

      • October 4, 2019
    • chart
      chart

      Hi Eric,


      I appriciate your help providing drawing fies for the CMS backcans.  Pleae use the address below.


      [email protected]


      Thanks,


      Carl


       


       


       


       

      • October 5, 2019
    • chart
      Tomb009

      Hello! Can you also send these my way?

      [email protected]

      Thanks!
      Tom

      • Mar 10
  • MiMAO
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-10-03

    Hey, I purchsesed the MPA40BT-PRO three Months ago and tried to use the battery powered mode for the first time last week, it lasted 10 minutes instead of the promised 12 hours...

    I assume that it has a faulty battery, where do I get a replacement. 

    Thanks, Pat

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  • MiMAO
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-10-03

    Hey, I purchsesed the MPA40BT-PRO three Months ago and tried to use the battery powered mode for the first time last week, it lasted 10 minutes instead of the promised 12 hours...

    I assume that it has a faulty battery, where do I get a replacement. 

    Thanks, Pat

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  • Paulo1
    Triber
    2019-10-03

     

    Introducing Tannoy Gold Monitors

    Many of the world's greatest hits have been recorded and mixed using Tannoys. 

    The long and storied legacy of Tannoy's studio monitors have endured the test of time and adapted with the evolution of technology.

    Dual Concentric: The heart of Gold
    Today Tannoy is introducing the Tannoy Gold series, the next generation of premium nearfield monitors.

    Engineered to the highest standards and build quality, the Gold series are designed to provide the most powerful, accurate and uncolored representation of your music.

    Whether you're a seasoned Tannoy user or just taking your first step into a monitor system based on the legendary Dual Concentric driver, the Golds are your new best sonic friend and most trusted reference for any project.

     

    Key features
    • Precise and neutral soundstage
    • Dual Concentric driver technology
    • Front-firing bass port
    • Titanium tweeter with Tulip waveguide
    • Class-AB system
    • Transducer-matched LF and HF bi-amplification
    • Dedicated input trim, bass and treble controls
    • Selectable automatic standby mode

     

    Tannoy - The Voice Of The Artist

    To find out more about Tannoy please visit: www.tannoy.comunnamed.png

     

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  • FrankHarlan
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-10-02

    I can here a signal from the HF driver, but nothing from the LF driver. I have updated the firmware and it did not fix the problem.  Any suggestions?

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    • FrankHarlan
      Paul_Vannatto


      @FrankHarlan wrote:


      I can here a signal from the HF driver, but nothing from the LF driver. I have updated the firmware and it did not fix the problem.  Any suggestions?





      Hi Frank,


      Welcome to the forum. Have you had a look at the EQ or crossover settings in the DSP? It may have a very high high-pass setting.


       

      • October 2, 2019
    • FrankHarlan
      MatteoBarbaro

      Hi Frank,



      I think that shoud be the connector between the amplifier and the LF speaker, if you don't solve the problem with the suggestions of Paul of course. Remember that iQ loudspeakers are Two way biamp, so you have two amplifier output, one for each way.


      If it's in warranty i suggest you to contact your reseller.



      Regards,



      Matteo

      • October 28, 2019
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