Silverline Minuet Supreme Loudspeaker (TAS 211)

Silverline Minuet Supreme
Silverline Minuet Supreme Loudspeaker (TAS 211)

The Final Curtsy

As more audiophiles embrace computer-based audio systems the cheesy transparent plastic speakers that populate many desktops will be replaced by transducers that can actually sound like music. The Silverline Minuet Supreme speaker is an ideal candidate for such a position. It is revealing, musical, and, perhaps best of all, human.


Type: Two-way bass-reflex mini-monitor
Driver complement: One 1” silk dome tweeter, one 3.25” pulp paper cone mid/woofer
Frequency response: 60Hz–28kHz
Sensitivity: 88dB
Nominal impedance: 8 ohms
Crossover frequency: 3.7kHz
Recommended power: 10–300 watts RMS
Dimensions: 5.5” x 9” x 7.25”
Weight: 15 lbs./pair
Price: $600/pair

Silverline Audio?Technology, Inc.
1491 San Carlos Ave.,
Concord, CA 94518
(925) 825-3682
[email protected]

Associated Equipment
Source Devices: MacPro model 1.1 Intel Xeon 2.66 GHz computer with 12 GB of memory with OS 10.6.5, running iTunes 10.0.2 and Amarra 2.0, Pure Music 1.65, AyreWave 1.0, and Audirvana music playing software
DACS: Weiss DAC 202, Wyred 4 Sound DAC 2, and Empirical Audio Off-Ramp 3
Preamps: none
Amplifiers: Bel Canto m-300 mono amplifiers, Edge Electronics AV-6, Accuphase P-300 power amplifier
Speakers: ATC SCM7s, Paradigm S1s, Aerial Acoustics 5Bs, Role Audio Kayaks, Earthquake Supernova mk IV 10 subwoofer
Cables and Accessories: Locus Design Polestar USB cable, Locus Design Nucleus USB cable, PS Audio Quintet, AudioQuest CV 4.2 speaker cable, AudioQuest Colorado interconnect, Empirical Audio Coax digital cable, Audioprism Ground Controls, and Adam Audio speaker wedges

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