Thonet & Vander Turm 100W Stereo Speakers – Demo Unit

By now you would know that Thonet & Vander is one of our favourite speaker systems. The build quality is outstanding – as one would expect from a German company. The design is stunning and the sound is awesome.

Thonet & Vander’s 100W Turm bluetooth-enabled stereo speakers normally sells for R2 999 but we have a demo unit in excellent condition available for only R1 499.  

Thonet and Vander Turm

Speaker fabric

The 5-inch woofer speakers are made entirely of aramid fiber. In its characteristic yellow color, this material is extremely rigid and light, enabling high reflex bass performance.

The 1-inch tweeter is made entirely in silk. As Thonet & Vander states, this type of fiber is known for being very light and responsive, allowing to reproduce treble frequencies in a pure and crystalline way. The suspending ring has silk, which optimizes the accuracy by allowing extremely thin beat.

Noise interruption is eliminated by the patented Magnetic Shield technology and the speaker inits are protected by a mesh.

Of course, the HDAA wooden box adds to the richness of the sound.

Docking station, USB & Card reader

Apart from being able to connect devices via Bluetooth, the Turm features a docking station for your iPhone or iPod. In addition, it has a USB port and a card reader port for SD, MS and MMC memory card.

Thonet & Vander Turm interface

Thonet & Vander Turm specifications:

System Components 2 Speakers and 1 remote control
Audio Output Mode Stereo
Output Power 100 W
Output Power per Channel 50 W (8 Ω 50W impedance power)
Frequency Response 40Hz-20kHz
Front 2 x 5″ woofer and 1 x 1″ tweeter (4 Ω 20W)
Interface 1 x audio inline (RCA stereo, 3.5 stereo)
SPDIF (COAX – F.O.)
1 x USB
1x card reader
Controls Volume, treble, bass
Remote control Yes, wireless
Bluetooth Yes
Depth 307 mm
Height 800 mm
Width 187 mm
Warranty Term 30 Days

Get it today!

As mentioned, this is a demo model. There is only one available. Get it online today or call us on 021 853 4790.

Date: 17 Oct 2013