March 28, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger
Destination Audio has unveiled its new F300 series freestanding models designed for high-performance home theater. The four models are the F300R, F300C, F300T and SF10.
The F300R is a 2-way bookshelf speaker which sports a 5.25-inch Poly Graphite cone mid-range woofer and a 1-inch fabric dome tweeter. The F300R can handle 100 watts, has a frequency response of 60 Hz to 20 kHz, measures 12.75” H x 7.125” W x 8.5” D and weighs 11 pounds. The F300C is a 2-way LCR/bookshelf speaker featuring dual 5.25-inch Poly Graphite cone mid-range woofers and a 1-inch fabric dome tweeter. The F300C can handle 120 watts, has a frequency response of 60 Hz to 20 kHz, measures 7.125” H x 20.75” W x 8.5” D and weighs 17 pounds.
The F300T is a 3-way tower speaker that consists of an 8-inch Compressed Cellulose Composite Subwoofer, dual 5.25-inch Poly Graphite cone mid-range woofers and a 1-inch fabric dome tweeter. The F300T can handle 150 watts, has a frequency response of 45 Hz to 20kHz, measures 42.5” H x 11” W x 13.25” D and weighs 40 pounds. The SF-10 is the series’ 10-inch powered Compressed Cellulose Composite cone subwoofer that delivers ample bass down to a bone-rattling 30 Hz, according to Destination Audio. The SF10 measures 13” H x 14.5” W x 14.5” D, weighs in at 27 pounds and the built-in amplifier supplies 100 watts of continuous power.
The most important feature of the F300 series, according to the company, is each model’s ability to work hand-in-hand with Destination Audio’s Ascensia series in-wall and in-ceiling speaker offerings.
The suggested retail prices for the new F300 series models are: F300R $320/pair; F300C $180/each; F300T $780/pair and SF10 $440/each. Visit www.destinationaudio.com for further information.
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