Is this mike on?.......tough crowd.....Multiply that x tiny tot=adorable. The math doesn’t lie!
It also sounds like something you can power with a flea watt amplifier.
Edit: I misread your original post. I guess I’ll skip picking those up.
That Altec/Lansing "Duplex" thing should have been included, imho.Just a side note: That list (and linked article) are from 2010. The current TAS issue (FALL 2019 "Special Issue" - arrived here two days ago) has an updated article: "The 15 Most Significant Loudspeakers of All Time" and includes:
15. The Advent Loudspeaker
13. Infinity IRS V
12. MBL 101 E
11. Wilson Benesch A.C.T. One
10. Meridian 600
9. KEF Reference 105
8. MartinLogan CLS
7. KLH Model Nine
6. Vandersteen Model 2
5. Magnepan Tympani 1-U/1-D
4. Wilson Audio Tiny Tot (WATT)
3. Rogers/BBC LS3/5A
2. Acoustic Research AR3A
1. Quad ESL-57
I've owned none of these.
Oh good -- another greatest hits list! At least they weren't talking about something really important and controversial ( like rock guitarists ???).
Absolutely! Fortunately (or unfortunately for the sad souls) most people will not get a chance to hear a set of duplexes or they’d drive up demand and cause them to be ridiculously expensive (not that they are cheap now). To think something nearly 60yrs old sounds this darn good. It’s a testament to their legacy.More importantly, why you own a set. I believe the pair you heard must have made a "significant" impression.