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Digital Subscriptions > Long Live Vinyl > Nov-18 > DREAM MACHINES WILSON AUDIO TUNETOT

DREAM MACHINES WILSON AUDIO TUNETOT

Wilson Audio brings its unique design innovations to the bookshelf speaker format. Paul Rigby takes a closer listen to the company’s smallest model yet…

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One of the most expensive bookshelf speakers on the market, this little sonic monster dazzles with technological tweaks and amazes with innovation. The aim is to isolate the active loudspeaker from its environment. Devised by Wilson’s Special Applications Engineering Team, you’ll find an asymmetric cabinet design here: no two internal surfaces are parallel, in order to keep veiling noise down, plus there are stainless-steel spikes to isolate the speaker. The TuneTot Grille is an optional extra, made from “acoustically transparent” fabric with a frame milled from Wilson Audio’s X-material composite.

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