Realistic Minimus 7
Metal Cabinet Speaker System
The Minimus 7 is little only in size, not in performance - it's a real giant in concert hall sound.
The high compliance woofer element gives astounding bass and the dome tweeter produces crisp, clean highs.
Careful acoustic design matches the two dynamic elements with the enclosure and damping materials - resulting in amazingly smooth, broad frequency response.
Type: 2 way, 2 driver loudspeaker system
Frequency Response: 50Hz to 22kHz
Power Handling: 40W
Bass: 1 x 100mm high compliance
Tweeter: 1 x 25mm dome
Finish: die cast aluminium cabinet
Dimensions: 180 x 113 x 110mm
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Reviewed Mar 10th, 2015 by vickiehifi
I'm surprised that this little iconic speaker has not been reviewed before... maybe it is like a little guilty pleasure? Like enjoying a reality show on tv (Honey Boo-Boo?) but afraid to admit that to your friends? I've always liked these for their size and minimalist design. These were used in many restaurants and stores, mounted high in the corners and I always thought they had a pleasant, open sound, especially when placed as described. I recently bought a late 70's pair of these, and I did mod them with new woofers and a redesigned crossover and low pass filter that is being sold on Ebay. The improvement over stock is significant. No speaker this size is going to have much bass presence, but from about 100 Hz upward, the lower registers come through quite clearly. The Realistic soft dome tweeters are surprisingly good, and sparkle through clearly after performing a crossover mod as I did. The stock circuit didn't do much, still in their stock form these speakers were pretty good for most people. Worth the upgrade for the enclosure design, size and decent tweeters. If you have an old pair or can pick a pair up cheap at a garage sale, they are worth the time and expense of upgrading.