Tannoy ECLIPSE TWO Floorstanding Speakers - £90.19 (with voucher) - Richer Sounds (In-store)
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Tannoy ECLIPSE TWO Floorstanding Speakers - £90.19 (with voucher) - Richer Sounds (In-store)

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Found 2nd Nov
I've had my eye on these speakers for a while now. Richer Sounds have just sent me an email with a voucher for £10 off a £100 spend, instantly thought of these. You will need to add some speaker wire to the total to make it £100 (I used thisfor example).

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Famous brand speakers with a deep, powerful bass - the Tannoy Eclipse Two gives you more for less.

Room-filling sound
With their larger, floorstanding cabinets, the Tannoy Eclipse Two speakers are perfectly suited to medium and larger rooms. Their easy-going characteristics also make them the ideal match for budget separates or mini systems alike. Match up with other Eclipse speakers and they can also make the basis for an impressive value home cinema speaker package.

Punchy sound
Thanks to their large cabinets and long-throw bass units, the Eclipse 2 reaches deep bass notes that similarly priced standmount speakers simply can't match. This gives rock the power it demands and Classical music the full dynamic potential to properly portray an orchestra in full flight.

Tannoy drive units for natural sound
For a smooth treble response, the Tannoy Eclipse Two uses soft dome tweeters. These go higher up the frequency range than usual, with the 32kHz range giving the sound a smooth yet detailed balance. Matching this, the 5-inch woofer units provide a natural midrange for convincingly life-like vocals.

Heavyweight cabinet for low distortion
These might be Tannoy's most affordable floorstanding speakers but that doesn't mean compromised build quality. The heavyweight fibreboard cabinet minimises distortion, giving a pure and detailed sound that's free from cabinet 'boom'. Further quality details that you might not expect from budget speakers include gold-plated cable posts and quality crossovers with close tolerance components.

Towering style
Finished in a black oak effect, the Tannoy Eclipse Two is a classic design that's designed to fit in with all types of decors. Silver detailing makes the speakers stand out or, for a more discreet look, simply attach the supplied grilles.

Super-size your sonic experience and hear the bigger picture, with the Tannoy Eclipse Two.

Voucher...

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Or can be accessed [HERE]

17 Comments

Says £119 on the website.

Original Poster Editor

Jonnyblock4 m ago

Says £119 on the website.


Speakers, or spend?

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Showing £99 here mate. Sure you didn't click on the £1.19 speaker wire in the OP?
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 2nd Nov

BuzzDuraband3 m ago

Speakers, or spend?


Strangely your link goes to a pair costing £119 but at the bottom is a link to the same pair costing £99.

The £119 pair includes "free" home delivery.

Original Poster Editor

Jonnyblock21 s ago

The £119 pair includes "free" home delivery.


No brainer then.

BuzzDuraband5 m ago

No brainer then.


I already have the tannoy tfx 5.1 setup. I'm thinking these to replace the front L and R speakers?

Original Poster Editor

Jonnyblock1 m ago

I already have the tannoy tfx 5.1 setup. I'm thinking these to replace the …I already have the tannoy tfx 5.1 setup. I'm thinking these to replace the front L and R speakers?


Oh. I have the Tannoy SFX 5.1 and was actually thinking of getting these to replace the back surrounds That's awkward.

I won't lie, I'm not the expert when it comes to speakers (or audio tech in general). My current floor standers are pretty much passed it and do need replacing.

BuzzDuraband2 m ago

Oh. I have the Tannoy SFX 5.1 and was actually thinking of getting these …Oh. I have the Tannoy SFX 5.1 and was actually thinking of getting these to replace the back surrounds That's awkward.I won't lie, I'm not the expert when it comes to speakers (or audio tech in general). My current floor standers are pretty much passed it and do need replacing.


Lol, well maybe I'll get four then.

BuzzDuraband29 m ago

Oh. I have the Tannoy SFX 5.1 and was actually thinking of getting these …Oh. I have the Tannoy SFX 5.1 and was actually thinking of getting these to replace the back surrounds That's awkward.I won't lie, I'm not the expert when it comes to speakers (or audio tech in general). My current floor standers are pretty much passed it and do need replacing.




I have tannoy eclipse three for front L and R. I was also thinking of getting these for the back surround...

ghunj5 m ago

I have tannoy eclipse three for front L and R. I was also thinking of …I have tannoy eclipse three for front L and R. I was also thinking of getting these for the back surround...


Do you find them a big improvement on your previous speakers?

I have the Tannoy SFX 5.1 currently, but was think of having these to replace the front. Seems a few of us are in this club lol

furiousjammin11 m ago

I have the Tannoy SFX 5.1 currently, but was think of having these to …I have the Tannoy SFX 5.1 currently, but was think of having these to replace the front. Seems a few of us are in this club lol



Me too or is that five, I was thinking about replacing the front two and redeploying the old front two as side speakers to go to 7.1

jonesm1237 m ago

Me too or is that five, I was thinking about replacing the front two and …Me too or is that five, I was thinking about replacing the front two and redeploying the old front two as side speakers to go to 7.1



Exactly the same here. Have an Onkyo TX-NR626 which i think is 7.2 compatible which should mean 7.1 is doable.

furiousjammin1 h, 6 m ago

Exactly the same here. Have an Onkyo TX-NR626 which i think is 7.2 …Exactly the same here. Have an Onkyo TX-NR626 which i think is 7.2 compatible which should mean 7.1 is doable.


I personally would steer clear of 7.1, it just isn't worthwhile to have, I had a 7.1 setup for about 2 years and purchased many Blu Rays stating "7.1 surround sound" that had maybe one noise going through the side 2 speakers in the whole film, after the 2 years the speakers got so little use that I removed the 2 and setup a little hifi system in another room with them. It's hard enough to get a lot of films to care about 5.1 surround, I really would think twice about 7.1
Edited by: "BlessingOfChaos" 3rd Nov

BlessingOfChaos26 m ago

I personally would steer clear of 7.1, it just isn't worthwhile to have, I …I personally would steer clear of 7.1, it just isn't worthwhile to have, I had a 7.1 setup for about 2 years and purchased many Blu Rays stating "7.1 surround sound" that had maybe one noise going through the side 2 speakers in the whole film, after the 2 years the speakers got so little use that I removed the 2 and setup a little hifi system in another room with them. It's hard enough to get a lot of films to care about 5.1 surround, I really would think twice about 7.1



Great advice thanks, not considered that, don't think sky movies or Amazon do 7.1 as they both flag up as AC3 5.1 on my amp. Looking at the sound formats you would need to get 7.1 you needs Dolby digital plus or Dolby TrueHD both of which most amps can deal with but the sources of these is probably limited to BlueRay mostly
Edited by: "jonesm123" 3rd Nov

I really missed Tannoy Eclipse three

jonesm12322 h, 13 m ago

Great advice thanks, not considered that, don't think sky movies or Amazon …Great advice thanks, not considered that, don't think sky movies or Amazon do 7.1 as they both flag up as AC3 5.1 on my amp. Looking at the sound formats you would need to get 7.1 you needs Dolby digital plus or Dolby TrueHD both of which most amps can deal with but the sources of these is probably limited to BlueRay mostly


The difference between broadcast/streamed 5.1 and the hd audio you get on blu rays just using 5.1 is massive, proper room filling sound rather than the overly directional surround effects.
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