IN-WALL/ LOUDSPEAKER WITH A 6,5″ (16,5CM) FLAX WOOFER – 300 IW6
The 300IW6 loudspeaker is made in France and dedicated to home use. This product is suitable for every room of the house and will provide you plenty of satisfaction, for systems in stereo and/or multichannel configurations.
These loudspeakers are equipped with Focal exclusive technologies such as the Flax woofer cone and an inverted tweeter dome made of Aluminum/Magnesium to deliver a sound quality and precision perfect for your home. The bass are controlled and well defined. The Flax cones produce a natural and accurate sound with great intelligibility, ideal for movie dialogues. Another key factor: the patented EQI system (Easy Quick Install), where no tools are required.
The orientation of the tweeter is fully orientable in order to ensure homogenous sound throughout the room regardless of the listening point. This product respects your interior decoration without altering ceilings and walls. The level of the tweeter can also be adjusted to adapt to the room acoustics: this will thus give you the performance as possible, no matter the type of environment.
These new products also meet the most essential criteria regarding use: frameless, magnetic grilles, anti-vibration feets…
SO ORIGINAL FLAX CONE
All the speaker driver cones of the 300 SERIES range are made using Flax sandwich technology. Flax is an eco-textile with astounding structural properties: it is light, rigid and well damped for providing greater neutrality of the timbre and better definition.
TNV2 Tweeter developed for these products uses Focal’s exclusive inverted dome technology, allowing for optimal energy transfer and limited directivity.
EASY, QUICK & NO TOOLS REQUIRED
The loudspeakers of the 300 Series are very easy to install thanks to the EQI (Easy Quick Install) system. The install frame is compatible with any wall or ceiling with a width between 5 and 30mm. No tools are required. The frame comes with fixing legs which holds the system in place. Simply insert and lock the speaker, either by rotating it for the round in-ceiling models, or by applying a pressure on the frame for other models.