More (technical) info
The beginning of 1995 saw the first designs for the Tjéé
loudspeaker, the first "bookshelf" loudspeaker to deserve the label
"high-end". Not long after its introduction, both the reviewer sections
of Homestudio (now Music Home studio) and Luister magazine were given
the opportunity to have a taste of the smallest TAF member.
Here are some of the reviewers remarks.
As with all the other TAF loudspeakers, the Tjéé and
Tjéé sub are casted as a single, one-piece unit made of
polycrete (modified concrete). As a bookshelf speaker the
Tjéé can be placed on all four sides, including the round
one. The Tjéé sub can be used standing up or lying down.