Falcon Acoustics intros home assembly loudspeaker kit

posted on Monday, 21st September 2020 by Steve May

Hi-fi  Loudspeakers 

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Falcon Acoustics has launched the first in a series of six build-your-own loudspeaker kits, under its Complete@Home banner. It says the IMF100 kit offers the performance of a high quality two-way speaker for less than half the price of a stand factory-build enclosure, in as little as 30 minutes…

The home assembly Hi-Fi includes Falcon drive units, Italian birch ply cabinets and Falcon factory-assembled pre-wired crossovers. No soldering is required, all tools are provided, and the build is supported by a YouTube video.

The IMF 100 is a two-way 1/8th wave transmission line system, featuring matched pairs of Falcon B110 and T27 drive units, as used by the Falcon LS3/5a, precision CNC-engineered B110 retaining rings, precision-matched Falcon crossovers and full production-grade birch ply cabinets, made in Italy from natural walnut or rosewood veneers.

Falcon Kit

The kit hails from the same factory as the Falcon Acoustics BBC LS3/5a, and shares similar voicing to this LS3/5a but with extra bass extension. The concept is certain to intrigue hobbyists and enthusiasts, and offers the opportunity for further customisation.

The drive units supplied are paired Falcon B110 (127mm) Bextrene Cone bass unit; 19mm Falcon T27 Mylar dome tweeter. Impedance is rated at 8 Ohms, with a sensitivity of 86dB.All parts are sourced and manufactured in the UK/EU.

The price per pair is £1,495.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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