Fyne Audio unveils limited edition F502SP Special Production floorstander

posted on Friday, 30th August 2019 by Steve May

Hi-fi  Loudspeakers  High-end 

[#pageName]

Fyne Audio has announced the F502SP, its first Special Production designated loudspeaker design. SP models incorporate select components and engineering from across the Fyne Audio range, personally tuned by Technical Director Paul Mills.

The F502SP borrows much of the driver, crossover and bass tuning expertise from Fyne’s F700 series and puts it into the more compact F500 series cabinet.

This limited production run loudspeaker, is designed and manufactured in the UK.

The SP model uses a 200mm IsoFlare driver, with a 25mm magnesium diaphragm compression tweeter and a 200mm bass/mid driver, derived from the F702. Merging the F702 technology into the F502 cabinet also demanded an exclusive crossover, notes the brand. Cabinet refinements are said to further elevate the bass performance

In celebration, the F502SP launches with a new finish option and unique driver trim. The SP is available in gloss black and gloss white as standard, or in a deep gloss lacquered walnut veneer previously seen on the premium F700 series. All F502SP finishes feature a diamond cut finish on an exposed aluminium driver chassis.

Available in limited numbers, the Fyne Audio F502SP retails for £3,500. The special finish edition is priced at £3999.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

Share this!

Have your say...

Sorry guests can't post comments.

Please Login if your an existing member or Register a new account.

Authors

Latest Posts

Invision expands Technical Support team with IT specialist

Invision expands Technical Support team with IT specialist

19

Nov

2019

posted by David Slater

Distributor confirms plans to develop technical support portal

More...
.
Disney+ poised to win big in the streaming (star) wars

Disney+ poised to win big in the streaming (star) wars

17

Nov

2019

posted by Steve May

Could service integration with Sky Q also be on the way?

More...
.