The Speaker Company TSAT-1000-HT8-B System Review
- Product Name: TSAT-1000-HT8-B System
- Manufacturer: tSc
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- Review Date: January 25, 2009 19:00
- MSRP: $ 399
tSc TSAT-1000 Satellite Specifications
Type 2-way acoustics suspension on-wall satellite
Priced As: 5 pack
Mid-Woofer(s) 3.5” Aluminum
Tweeter Type 1” HiCell Dome
Magnetic Shielding Yes
Frequency Response 125 Hz – 20kHz
Impedance 8 Ohms
Power handling 15 – 100 watts
Sensitivity 85 dB
Dimensions (H x W x D) 8.63” x 5.31” x 3.25”
Weight 2 lbs, 13 oz / ea
Finish High Gloss & Metal Grille
ASW-8 Subwoofer Specifications
Type 8" Powered Subwoofer
Woofer(s) 8" High Excursion Driver
Magnet 18oz ferrite magnet
Cabinet Ported HD 5/8" MDF
Controls Phase switch / Volume
Magnetic Shielding No
Frequency Response 3 3-150Hz +/- 3dB
Crossover Frequency Variable
Amplifier type BASH®
Power (watts) 50 watts RMS - 200watts Peak
Dimensions (W x D x H) 14.2" x 12.2" x 12.2"
Weight 22 lbs
Finish Black ash vinyl
- Unprecedented performance to price ratio
- Excellent built quality and appearance
- Impressive subwoofer bass extension
- Low efficiency of satellites
Again, if these are the same as the Sapphire's, the larger dual driver version sounds signifcantly better than these for a small price increase.
Sounds great. A few of my friends are interested in these satellite-type packages. I wonder how these comare to the Energy Take Classic 5.1?
Or an Orb Audio 5.1 set?
I noticed in your response you did not adress my question about the quality of the Fluance setup. Do you have any thoughts on them. Please advise.
Fluance speakers look very nice. Unfortunately anytime I call them to arrange a product review the phone operators don't understand that we are an online review publication. They only seem competent enough to take a phone order and not think outside the box. I'd love to get a better contact over there to make it happen but right now its been a challenge to say the least.