News Market
installation logo

FIT for flexibility with Current Audio

test 25 March 2010

The company has introduced the FastLoc loudspeaker grille to its range of FIT (Focused Image Technology) in-ceiling pivoting woofer/tweeter loudspeakers. The "almost invisible" Fastloc loudspeaker grille snaps into place easily and allows installers and end-users to adjust woofers and tweeters more quickly – while ensuring that they stay protected.


There are four 6.5in models in Current Audio’s in-ceiling range featuring FIT, each boasting a woofer with 50∫ of adjustability and a ‘diffraction-less’ pivoting tweeter. In addition, custom installers can benefit from the inclusion of the ‘installation handle’, counter-sunk mounting screws, and a 3DP locking mechanism that allows the installer to lock the woofer baffle in place after finding the desired setting.


The top-of-the-line FIT654 includes a woven carbon fibre cone (with butyl rubber surround), three-position EQ switches, gold press terminals, and weatherised, perforated aluminium grilles. The pivoting, ceramic-coated Ferrofluid-cooled tweeter, says Current Audio, allows for "deeper sound penetration and a greater focus to the sweet spot – providing superior, more natural sound". The FIT654 can handle 5-150W with a frequency response of 35Hz-21kHz.


Other models in the range differ in terms of cone and tweeter composition, power and frequency response: FIT652 (aluminium cone, aluminium Ferrofluid-cooled tweeter dome, 5-125W, 38Hz-20kHz); FIT651 (injection-moulded carbon fibre cone, aluminium Ferrofluid-cooled dome, 5-125W, 40Hz-20kHz); FIT650 (MetaPlex Composite Cone, silk Ferrofluid-cooled dome, 5-100W, 42Hz-20kHz).


"Current Audio offers the best-available in-wall and in-ceiling loudspeaker solutions – for consumers and custom installers," said Jonathan Pengilley from distributor Habitech. "The FIT range of in-ceiling speakers is cutting-edge, with FastLoc the icing on a very, very clever cake, which delivers in spades. End users need to demand Current Audio FIT in-ceiling speakers from their supplier – accept no compromise."

Similar stories