Tannoy Revolution 1001 review

There’s nothing wrong with what this Tannoy does – it differentiates bass notes well and is able to start and stop promptly – but the overall signatur Tested at £300.00

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Our Verdict

It’s not without talent but the Tannoy is far too keen to hide its light under a bush

For

  • Discreet looks, capable bass handling

Against

  • Lacks drive and attack, too restrained

This subwoofer is the last piece of Tannoy's Revolution series jigsaw, and it's a wee bit later than its siblings.

We've had a chance to listen to nearly all the Revolution Signature range and, sorry to say, the 1001 subwoofer is the least impressive element of it.

Problem is, it sounds nearly as discreet as it looks – even though it's only £300, we'd still like a bit more drive and attack.

There's nothing wrong with what the Tannoy does – it differentiates bass notes well and is able to start and stop promptly – but the overall signature is altogether too tentative. Which is the last thing you want from a subwoofer