Neat Petite Classic
The Neat Petite Classic pays homage to that original version but performance has been improved significantly by using modern manufacturing techniques, materials and components.
Neat’s first venture into loudspeaker design was the Petite standmount model which evolved over an 18-month period, beginning in 1989. While involved in Hi-Fi retailing, Neat’s founder, Bob Surgeoner felt that many existing small monitor-type speakers suffered compromises which made long term listening unsatisfactory.
The Petite (as it became known) was the happy result of an empirical development process, better known as trial and error, listening to music and letting the music dictate the development of the speaker. The Petite was showcased at the 1990 Heathrow Hi-Fi News show in London. It received a huge amount of industry and public support and the Petite was officially launched in 1991, rapidly becoming a firm favourite among enthusiasts and the HiFi trade and press.
Neat Petite Classic Features
|Driver Size||150mm mid-bass unit|
|Driver Type||Circular Air Motion Transformer tweeter, proprietary polymer cone mid-bass unit|
|Max Power Handling||150 watts|
|Impedance||Nominal: 6 ohms, Minimum: 4 ohm|
Neat Petite Classic Product Properties
|Finish||Textured Black and Satin White.|
Oak and Walnut veneer.
|Colour||Black, white, oak, walnut.|
|Weight||Each: 7 Kg|