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Brand
Fluid Audio
Model Name
FPX7
Item Dimensions LxWxH
10 x 8 x 7 inches
Speaker Maximum Output Power
50 Watts
Speaker Size
7 Inches


Building upon the acclaimed Fader Series of studio monitors, we decided to step things up a bit, and created the one-of-a-kind, the FPX7 monitor.

Featuring a beefed-up Class AB amplifier with a sizable toroidal transformer for exceptional power delivery, optimized composite cone woofer and AMT folded ribbon tweeter, the FPX7 produces the most accurate monitoring experience in its range.

What makes the FPX7 so unique, however, is that the AMT tweeter is mounted in the center of the woofer – in a coaxial configuration, which makes this speaker the first of its kind.

Air Motion Transformer tweeters have been legendary in the audio industry due of their transparent sound, fast attack and high efficiency.

Designed by Dr. Oskar Heil, the pleated diaphragm of the AMT acts somewhat like bellows that "squeeze" the sound out in accordion-like fashion.

This design results in an extremely fast response and fine detail.

Taking what we learned from our success with the FX8, we incorporated the AMT tweeter much in the same way. Coaxial drivers, found in such world renowned monitors such as the Manley ML10 with Tannoy drivers, provide such accuracy and detail because all of the energy from the tweeter and woofer radiate from the exact same position in space. This is critical for accurate off-axis response as well as phase coherence.

Features

Woofer

The woofer driver is 7"(178mm) in diameter and utilizes a low distortion magnet structure. That magnet drives a high temperature voice coil, which is mounted to a polypropylene coated, paper pulp cone. The cone is anchored to the frame with a pliant butyl rubber surround which minimizes high frequency resonant peaks that may be transmitted from the cone. Although many claim to use "space age" materials in their cones, since the 1920's, the most popular material for woofer cones has been paper pulp. Why? Not only it's great strength-to-weight ratio, but because of its excellent damping characteristics - leaving the woofer to reproduce pure tones, not the ringing resonances.

Tweeter

The tweeter is what makes this speaker so unique and sound so extraordinary. The Air Motion Transformer (AMT) tweeter with a neodymium magnet. AMT tweeters have long been known for their precise detail and lightning fast attack. What makes it so unique, however, is that it is mounted in the center of the woofer, in a coaxial configuration.

Not only does this make the "acoustic center" the same for both the woofer and tweeter, which drastically improves the speaker's vertical off axis response, but it also allows the speaker cabinet to be a little shorter and more compact.

Specifications

  • Frequency response : 42 Hz – 27 kHz (+/-3dB)
  • Crossover frequency : 3.5 kHz
  • LF power : 90W
  • HF power : 50W
  • Size (single monitor) 12.1" x 8.5" x 10.5" (HxWxD)
  • Weight (single monitor): 22 lbs

Bass-Reflex Port

The circular hole at the bottom of the front panel of the CX7 is the bass-reflex vent port. It is designed to effectively tune the speaker cabinet to a certain frequency, and maximize the bass output of the speaker. It is put on the front panel in order to fire directly at the listener, and also to allow for flexibility of placement (as a rear firing port may interfere with the wall behind it).

Amplification and Crossover Network

The specially designed Class A/B bi-amplifier separately drives the low and high frequency drivers -allowing each to work independently and more efficiently.

The FPX7, uses an oversized toroid transformer for the power supply. This provides plenty of clean power, with a ton of headroom. Utilizing an external heat sink on the amplifier keeps the heat outside of the enclosure, which allows both the amps and the drivers to operate at lower temperatures. When the speaker is not in use, there is an integrated standby function that powers down the amplifier to conserve energy. Combined with phase-optimized crossover networks, the drivers blend together, resulting in a coherent soundstage across the entire DSP controlled audio spectrum.

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Q: Does it support 220-250V?

A: It supports 100-120V, 60Hz and 220-230V, 50Hz

Seller AVL Pro | 3 years ago

Q: Would there be a drawback to using the FPX7 placed on its side, rather than standing it up…

A: With the concentric design, off-axis phase should be fine in any orientation. However, the…

Brian Jennings | 3 years ago

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My main line of work is Voiceover/Radio Imaging for a few radio stations across the country and ad agencies, so I am always looking for good, practical and cost effective equipment. Saw these monitor quite a while back start popping up overseas in some of the most prominent... See more
My main line of work is Voiceover/Radio Imaging for a few radio stations across the country and ad agencies, so I am always looking for good, practical and cost effective equipment. Saw these monitor quite a while back start popping up overseas in some of the most prominent music shoppes but like its mostly the case it took them a while to get to the USA and once they did? I was not disappointed. I am definitely a big fan of concentric audio speakers now thanks to Fluid Audio. So much is the case, that I had previously ordered the FX8''s and fell in love with them since day 1 due to their clarity and detail. Putting them up against my older pair of Rokit 8''s proved that I was missing out on a more defined, flatter reference, so Obviously, when it was time to build another production editing I wanted to go with something just as good if not better than the FX8''s.

To be honest? the FPX7''s are great speakers with the extra added options to work around with your room setup due to it''s additional high frequency trim and acoustic space switches, which give you a little bit more of extra playroom when it comes to getting them to sound better in your production environment. Adam is probably one of the better known ribbon tweeter players in the game, but in an A/B comparison against a Pair of Adam''s I can say that the concentric design takes the lead when it comes to stereo imaging and reproduction. The FPX7''s are smaller, easier to place, and sound very well rounded with the added benefit of ribbon tweeters giving you a more defined, precise reference (FX8''s are clear and tight but that ribbon tweeter definitely brings more definition), not to mention that they do have a style that makes them sit differently from your typical "BOX" speaker. Also, you have to appreciate the fact that there are volume controls in the front, making it easier to crank them up or tame them down when you need more or less volume to audition stuff, which to me is better than going to the back of the speaker every time I want to raise/lower the power. If you have a studio where you have people that like to crank up monitors thinking they are in a night club, this feature comes in handy, as they can only push the main out of the mixer/interface/DAW as high as they want, but the monitor volume will keep them in check (and prevent speaker damage due to stupidity).

Ultimately, it all comes down to what you like, but I can tell you from what I like that these speakers sound alot more expensive and can easily compete with some of those "industry standards" that are really only seem to stand on a brand name more than their own respective merit and use.

So, to sum it up, get yourself a pair of FPX7''s, you will not be sorry.
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