Posted Wed Sep 21, 2016 at 11:00 AM PDT by Steven Cohen
The company has detailed a new and improved version of its Signature Series speakers.
Fluance has announced the release of its updated Signature Series floorstanding speakers. The new versions offer an improved midrange for superior music performance.
The new Signature Series Hi-Fi Three-way Floorstanding Speakers feature a 1-inch neodymium balanced silk dome ferrofluid cooled tweeter, a 5-inch woven glass fiber butyl rubber pointed dome midrange, and dual 8-inch polypropylene butyl rubber long throw woofers. The updated midrange offers "an expressive, wide-open and dynamic sound... perfect for listening to audiophile-grade music." The system is rated for a frequency response of 35Hz - 20KHz and power handling of 90 - 200 watts. In addition, the speakers are designed with precision-crafted cabinets made with audio-grade wood to ensure warm, distortion free sound. Likewise, the system's 1.4-inch thick front baffle bears chamfered edges to decrease sound diffraction. Other design features include high end binding posts, big cabinet design, and outriggers.
Fluance's Signature Series Hi-Fi Three-way Floorstanding Speakers are now available for $700 per pair in Black Ash or Natural Walnut. Other Fluance speaker models include the Fi70 ($500) Bluetooth speaker and the XL5F high performance three way floorstanding speakers ($400 per pair).
The Fi70 features a sophisticated and elegant design aesthetic with a hand-made wood cabinet. Dual 8 inch woofers, 5 inch woven glass fiber midrange drivers and 1 inch neodymium tweeters are integrated as well. The speaker is powered by a 280 watt built-in amplifier and is capable of bass response as low as 30Hz.
Meanwhile, the XL5F floorstanding speakers feature a 5 inch midrange driver, powerful 6.5 inch polymer-treated woofers, and high-end Neodymium balanced tweeters to create room filling sound with clear dialogue.
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