With the Totem Mite, discover a micro-monitor with precise focus, realism and defined bass extension that reach well beyond established precepts. Its compact dimensions contribute to its gigantic imaging capacity. Orchestral and choral works will bewitch you. It must be experienced with all the senses.
The Mite offers an uncompromised aesthetic design with spectacular sound staging abilities, a seductive musicality and continuously huge dynamic contrasts. For the music lover whose priority is total musical sensitivity, the Mite resonates with power and meaning. Ideal for lengthy listening sessions.
Totem Mite Bookshelf Loudspeakers Highlights:
- Compact and aesthetic design
- Large gauge air core coils
- High-level, point source imaging
- Ideal for two-channel music and home theater systems
Totem Mite Bookshelf Loudspeakers Features:
- Borosilicate damping
- Lock mitered cabinet joints
- Soft dome tweeter
- Solid twin-pair, gold-plated terminals
- Quality drivers, wiring and crossover parts
Totem Mite Bookshelf Loudspeakers Specifications:
- Break-in Time: 70 - 100 hours
- Placement from Rear Wall: 1'- 4' / 305 - 1,219 mm
- Placement Distance Apart: 3' - 12' / 914 - 3,658 mm
- Frequency Response: 50 Hz - 20 kHz ± 3 dB (with proper room positioning)
- With KIN Sub: 29 Hz - 40 kHz +/ 3 dB
- Impedance: 8 ohms
- Sensitivity: 87 dB/W/m.
- Maximum Sound Pressure: 102 dB before dynamic compression
- Recommended Power: 20 - 80 W
- Crossover Frequency: 3.2 kHz electrical and mechanical
- Woofer: 5.5" / 140 mm granulated
- Tweeter: 1" / 25 mm soft dome
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 6” x 10.8” x 8.4" / 153 x 275 x 214 mm
- Internal Volume: 5.6 I (Internal)
- Weight: 4 kg (approx. 9 lbs)
The speakers require several hours of actual music playing time as a minimal break-in period. During this time, refrain from playing them at very loud levels. You will notice a definite gradual improvement in the cohesiveness of the music reproduction as this occurs.
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Toe-in: Due to the fact that all Totem speakers have great off-axis dispersion, toe-in is generally not needed. Imaging will therefore be more stable from any point in the room. If the speakers are placed very far apart (over 7 feet) then a slight toe-in may be experimented with. However if room geometry does not permit a straight-ahead aspect they will also perform very well with a slight toe-in.