The Ministra is a boundary design, intended for discreet close-to-wall placement. The presentation is typically Neat; musically engaging, with a generous soundstage and tremendous agility. Bass is surprisingly well extended, displaying the same levels of control shown with other Neat iso-baric designs.
FEATURING THE SAME RIBBON TWEETER AND BASS/MIDRANGE DRIVE UNITS AS THE EKSTRA, THE MINISTRA IS AN EXTREMELY COMPACT ISO-BARIC MODEL.
LIKE THE EKSTRA, THE DRIVE UNITS ARE MOUNTED ON A SEPARATE BAFFLE ATTACHED TO THE MAIN ENCLOSURE VIA A POLYETHYLENE MEMBRANE, ENSURING VERY LOW COLOURATION.
ENCLOSURE TYPE: Two-way Iso-baric/regulated reflex.
BASS/MIDRANGE: 2 x 134mm treated paper cone type.
HIGH FREQUENCY UNIT: 50mm true-ribbon type.
DIMENSIONS (h/w/d): 30x17x29cm
WEIGHT: 8kg each. (SHIPPING WEIGHT 20kg: pair)
SENSITIVITY (2.83v/1m): 86 dB/1 watt
RECOMMENDED AMPLIFIER POWER: 25 to 100 watts
IMPEDANCE: 4 Ohms.
While there’s no shortage of great speakers at the two grand mark, if you need something that sounds best close to a wall, you’ll still struggle. That’s where Neat’s Ministras come in. They’re specifically designed to do that job, with a suggested initial placement of just 20cm into the room. https://www.whathifi.com/reviews/neat-ministra