Fa501 ic (Each)

27,900.00

Detailed, refined and articulate, the FA501iC Home Install loudspeaker brings all the technology and sophistication of Fyne’s F500 series loudspeakers to discreet installations. Based on the 150mm (6”) Fyne IsoFlare driver, this audiophile-quality loudspeaker puts the series’ 25mm titanium done compression tweeter at the heart of multi-fibre bass/midrange cone with FyneFlute roll surround. The result is unsurpassed clarity and imaging, bringing all the benefits of full-range point source driver to a home install loudspeaker. With a crossover tuned to get the very best from a flush-mount infinite baffle position, and a shallow depth under 100mm, this compact speaker is ideal for in-ceiling or in-wall fitting. Complete with easy-to-fit clamps and both round and square low profile and fully paintable grilles, the FA501iC delivers high-performance sound while seamlessly blending into the room.

System Type2 way IsoFlare loudspeaker for in ceiling or in wall application
Recommended amplifier power (Watt RMS)30 – 125
Continuous power handling (Watt RMS)62.5
Peak power handling (Watt)250
Sensitivity (2.83 Volt @ 1m)89dB
Nominal impedance8 Ohm
Frequency response (-6dB typical in room)40Hz – 34kHz
Drive unit complement1 x 150mm (6”) IsoFlare point source driver, multi-fibre bass / midrange cone, FyneFlute surround with 25mm titanium dome compression tweeter
Crossover frequency1.7kHz
Crossover typePassive 2nd order low pass, 1st order high pass
Dimensions – Dia x Depth224 x 101mm (8.8 x 4.0”)
Round grille diameter232mm (9.1”)
Square grille dimensions233 x 233mm (9.2 x 9.2”)
Cut-out diameter208mm (8.2”)
Depth behind mounting surface99mm (4.0”)
Clamp travel5 – 50mm (0.2 – 2.0”)
Suggested min volume12 L
Brand

Fyne Audio

Variant

Fyne Custom Installs

Product Type

In Ceiling Speaker , In Wall Speaker

FYNE AUDIO’S IsoFlareTM driver is a point source system whereby the bass / midrange driver shares a common centre with the high frequency unit. Providing outstanding stereo imaging, even off axis, energy is radiated isotropically with constant directivity, following the flare of the driver cone. Sound is produced as if emanating from a single point in space.