Wilson Audio Tiny Tot

The WATT (Wilson Audio Tiny Tot) precision loudspeaker system was designed and developed by David A. Wilson to serve as a highly accurate yet portable professional monitor for on-location recording work. Microphone pattern selection and placement as well as master tape evaluations may be quickly and correctly performed using the WATT. The extraordinary transparency, coherence, and dynamic linearity of the WATT also make it ideal for the sonic evaluation of audio hardware and software, including associated electronic audio equipment, such as, amplification systems, D/A converters, passive circuit components, signal cables, solders, and contact treatments. Its capabilities of high resolution, accurate tonal and harmonic integrity, and unsurpassed sound-stage recreation make it an ideal system for the most demanding music lovers.

Puppy

The System 7 Puppy employs a new woofer driver. Bass performance, especially in the areas of transient speed and frequency linearity, is notably improved over any previous generation Puppy. Bass extension into the bottom octave is also slightly enhanced. The Puppy 7’s bass performance is more consistent in a wider variety of rooms and environments.

Awards

Grand Prix
2002
Reviewers' Choice: Edge of the Art
2002
Golden Ear
2003
Editor's Choice
2003
The Best of the Best
2003

WATT / Puppy Series 7 Technical Specifications

Released: 2002   
Retired: 2006

Drivers

Tweeter
1 - 1 inch Titanium Inverted Dome
Midrange
1 - 7 inch
Woofer
2 - 8 inch

Measurements

Impedance
4 ohms
Frequency Response
+0, -3 dB 21 Hz - 21 kHz
Sensitivity
92 dB (2.83 V at 1 Meter)
Minimum Amplification
7 Watts Per Channel

Overall Dimensions

System Dimensions
Height
40 1/4 inches
Width
12 1/4 inches
Depth
18 1/2 inches
System Shipping Weight
435 lbs.
Single Enclosure Weight
65 lbs.