|Break-in Time:||70 - 100 hours|
|Placement from rear wall||1' - 3' / 30.48 - 91.44 cm|
|Placement distance apart||4' - 8' / 121.92 - 243.84 cm|
|Frequency Response||42 Hz - 20 kHz ± 3 dB|
|Impedance||4 ohms minimal|
|Sensitivity||87.5 dB/W/m. Maximum sound pressure before dynamic compression|
|Recommended Power||30 - 100 W|
|Crossover Frequency||2.3 kHz, 2nd order|
|Woofer||5.5" / 13.97 cm|
|Tweeter||1" / 2.54 cm aluminum dome, chambered|
|Dimensions (w x h x d)||6.8" x 14" x 9.1" / 17.27 x 35.56 x 23.11 cm|
|Internal Volume||9 l (internal)|
|Weight||approx. 12 lb / 5.8 kg|
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.