Wilson Audio unveiled a very small loudspeaker at this year’s High End Munich..we are much more used to seeing and hearing their big offerings (and they were represented in plenty of rooms) so it was quite a contrast to find the TuneTot on display.

The Wilson Audio Tiny Tot (WATT) was a teeny-tiny Wilson loudspeaker, originally designed as a portable tool for monitoring recording, Dave Wilson never intended to sell the WATTs commercially. Among other factors, the attention to detail and expensive materials meant that the asking price for a pair of WATTs would be far more expensive than anything that was on the market at the time.

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