Fyne

SINGLE POINT SOURCE DRIVER TECHNOLOGY (coaxial) loudspeakers from Scotland.
Our goal - designing and manufacturing an exceptional range of high performance loudspeakers.

200 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. - Fyne was a great opportunity born out of the demise of real Tannoy (when sold to a Chinese consortium). Fyne’s 5 founder members: Andrzej Sosna-MD, ex Mgr Director at Tannoy, Max Maud-Sales & Marketing Director, ex Sales Mgr at Tannoy, Dr Paul Mills-Technical Director, ex Engineering Director at Tannoy, (original coaxial driver designer), Gabriel O’Donahue-Operations Director, ex Factory Mgr Tannoy, have collectively over 200 years’ experience and really caused a stir in the market, with multiple 5 star press and awards and 50 International distributors in such a short time frame. Fyne are team players with the passion and creative skills to achieve thier goal of designing and manufacturing an exceptional range of high performance loudspeakers. 

SINGLE POINT SOURCE DRIVER TECHNOLOGY (coaxial by another name)
Point source driver technology is not new to Fyne Audio. Our technical team, responsible for the audio performance and mechanical build of the driver, have many decades of experience between them. Our proprietary IsoFlareTM design ensures constant directivity of the wave front generated, providing outstanding stereo imaging, even off axis. Furthermore, a smooth and extended response is delivered thanks to the highly rigid titanium high frequency diaphragm which pushes the break up mode well above the level of human hearing.

PERFORMANCE 
To fully optimise the driver’s performance, every aspect of the meticulous design has been considered. A vented rear chamber in the Neodymium HF magnet places low frequency resonance well below crossover region. The unique geometry of the high frequency unit’s waveguide provides a flat frequency response and avoids internal reflections. To eliminate unwanted vibrations, which would be detrimental to the sound quality, both the point source driver and the supplementary low frequency driver fitted to the floor standing models, are built around a rigid cast aluminium chassis. Multifibre paper cones are used providing natural sounding midrange and clean transient behaviour. Cone energy is then very effectively terminated using a fluted rubber surround.

OUR TECHNOLOGIES
Our experienced team of acoustic and mechanical design engineers have been in the loudspeaker business for very many years. Since coming together to form FYNE AUDIO, they have been busy honing their existing skills and developing technologies to ensure that we can offer best in class performance at all price levels.

ISOFLARETM
FYNE AUDIO’S IsoFlareTM driver is a point source system whereby the bass / midrange driver shares a common centre with the high frequency unit. Providing outstanding stereo imaging, even off axis, energy is radiated isotropically with constant directivity, following the flare of the driver cone. Sound is produced as if emanating from a single point in space.

BASSTRAXTM TRACTRIX DIFFUSER SYSTEM
The BassTraxTM Tractrix profile is known to maintain a 90 degree angle at each intersection of the expanding wavefront, thus avoiding reflections. This clever arrangement makes the loudspeaker less critical of room positioning.

                                                              MEET THE FYNE "F300" ENTRY LEVEL SERIES
The price may be entry level but the F300 range benefits from the very best technical and acoustic expertise in the loudspeaker industry. Offering a scale of specification and audiophile performance unrivalled at its price, the line-up provides versatility for music lovers or movie enthusiasts. With a choice of two bookshelf or stand-mount models, two floorstanders, a centre channel and an LCR speaker, there are plenty of options to suit a wide variety of listening environments.

F300 CABINET
A well-constructed cabinet is the starting point for any high-performance loudspeaker. Exceptional rigidity is provided on all F300 models through a combination of MDF panels which are cross-braced internally. Additional stiffness is achieved by coupling the low frequency driver’s magnet to the cabinet bracing using a resonant-absorbing mastic. Widening the footprint on the floor standing models, using a plinth with floor coupling spikes, provides stability for tight bass and accurate stereo imaging.

F300 CROSSOVER
Optimal performance of each of the F300 models is assured by using high quality precision components within the crossover, including low loss LF laminated core inductor and HF polypropylene capacitors. Although the designs are computer optimised, fine-tuning is always undertaken through critical auditioning. The gold-plated speaker terminals ensure a clean signal path and the top of the range F303 has bi-wire terminals fitted to further enhance performance.

F300 DRIVER TECHNOLOGY
Fyne Audio aims to provide best in class performance at all price levels and the careful component selection for the F300 drivers helps to meet this goal. Utilising a multifibre paper cone on the bass / midrange drivers delivers a natural sounding midrange and clean transient behaviour. Fitted to the centre of the driver is a phase plug which provides smooth midrange roll-off characteristics. FyneFluteTM technology, used on the driver’s roll rubber surround, provides a non-homogeneous interface which very effectively terminates cone energy.

F300 TWEETER
The tweeter combines a powerful Neodymium magnet system with a 25mm Polyester dome producing crisp and controlled high frequency detail. Integrated within the protective mesh cover is a phase loss compensator which delays the output from specific areas of the dome to give a smooth and extended response.

                                               MEET THE FYNE "F500" SINGLE POINT SOURCE SERIES
The F500 series is based around an IsoFlareTM point source drive unit; technology which our Technical Director, Dr. Paul Mills, is reknown for. Our technical team, responsible for the audio performance and mechanical build of this type of driver, have many decades of experience between them. Combining Fyne Audio’s IsoFlareTM driver into a rigid cabinet, with a cleverly designed porting system, ensures optimal in-room performance. Floor standing models in the F500 series use a rigid MDF plinth with large floor coupling spikes giving stability to ensure well-controlled bass performance and further enhancing stereo imaging. Additionally, the spikes can be adjusted from above the plinth allowing easier levelling of the speaker. The cabinets are crafted using real wood veneers and are available in choice of Dark Oak, Black Oak, Piano Gloss Black and Piano Gloss White.

BASSTRAXTM PORT SYSTEM
The bookshelf and floorstanding models employ an internal, downwards-firing port system. Below the port, a Tractrix profile diffuser (patent applied for) converts plain wave port energy to a spherical 360-degree wave front, integrating energy uniformly into the room. This clever design ensures that the loudspeaker is less critical of room positioning.

CROSSOVER
Low-loss, laminated core inductors and audiophile-grade polypropylene capacitors are used exclusively throughout the F500 series crossovers. The result is an exceptionally clean signal path and very low crossover losses, ensuring the very best in detail resolution and musical communication.

HOME THEATRE
The F500 range is as impressive with movies as it is music. FYNE AUDIO’s point source driver technology is ideal for articulating the finest of movie detail with pin-point accuracy. High efficiency and high-power handling means the F500 series delivers an incredibly dynamic and lifelike performance whether you are listening to DTS Master Audio or Dolby True HD.
                                               MEET THE FYNE "700" SINGLE POINT SOURCE SERIES
Refined, elegant and powerful, the F700 is a five strong series of audiophile loudspeakers combining the best of Fyne Audio’s extensive acoustic know how and engineering excellence. Fyne IsoFlare drivers are at the heart of every F700 model, featuring a coaxially mounted high-power compression HF driver set within a mid/bass cone featuring rigid multi-fibre construction and FyneFlute™ roll surround. The result is true point source isotropic radiation for unsurpassed imaging. 

The F700 bookshelf model offers a 6” (150mm) IsoFlare unit The F701 uses a 200mm (8”) version and comes supplied with matching stands designed to enhance performance. 

The F702, F703 and flagship F704 floorstanding models are designed to deliver realistic scale in the largest of rooms, featuring 200mm (8”), 250mm (10”) and 300mm (12”) IsoFlare drive units respectively, each model delivers outstanding LF extension and power thanks to a dedicated additional bass driver. 

Luxury piano high gloss lacquer, applied to black, white or walnut veneer, is the finishing touch to all F700 cabinets. 
Constructed from high density birch plywood chosen for extremely low sonic colouration, and precision curved to reduce internal standing waves, each cabinet is meticulously hand-built and hand-finished to exacting standards. 
The three floorstanding models in the F700 series use a twin cavity ported design and Fyne’s exclusive BassTrax LF diffuser constructed into the striking aluminium plinths. The system creates a 360 degree LF wavefront for unrivalled bass integration in any room. 

Within the crossovers, low loss inductors, Claritycap high end capacitors and Van den Hul® high purity silver plated internal wiring is used throughout the F700 range. The entire crossover is Deep Cryogenically Treated to relieve micro-stress in components, wiring and solder to further maximise acoustic transparency. The bi-wired terminal panel uses high-quality gold-plated link cables and features a fifth driver-grounding terminal to minimise potential interference from the external speaker cabling circuit.  

The Fyne Audio F700 series loudspeakers set new standards for loudspeaker design, finish and performance, delivering truly outstanding musical scale and precision in luxury cabinets that will enhance any home décor. 

                                              MEET THE "F1 - MASTER CLASS" SINGLE POINT SOURCE SERIES
The F1-10 is the first model in our high end F1 series. The design is truly unique and the innovative feature list is outstanding. From the massive 16kg plinth to the intricate burr walnut inlay on the front and top of the cabinet, every element of the loudspeaker has been meticulously considered to ensure stunning audio performance combined with exquisite aesthetic appeal.

The first finish available will be a luxurious high gloss walnut with burr walnut inlay on the front baffle and the top of the speaker. The high density pressed birch ply with extensive internal bracing provides exceptional structural rigidity for low colouration.

A heavy weight machined aluminium platform, provides exceptional stability for precise low frequency performance and resolution of fine detail and also integrates port energy to the room. Heavy duty support cones, adjustable from above enable precise levelling while machined aluminium cups provide protection for wooden floors.

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Book Shelf/Stand Mtg

FY 01 SB F300
NZ$ 450.00 pr (incl. GST)
MEET THE F300 SERIESThe price may be entry level but the F300 range benefits from the very best technical and acoustic expertise in the loudspeaker industry. Offering a scale of specification...
Book Shelf/Stand Mtg
FY 02 SB F301
NZ$ 595.00 pr (incl. GST)
MEET THE F300 SERIESThe price may be entry level but the F300 range benefits from the very best technical and acoustic expertise in the loudspeaker industry. Offering a scale of specification...
Book Shelf/Stand Mtg
FY 15 SB F500
NZ$ 1,495.00 pr (incl. GST)
MEET THE F500 SERIESThe F500 series is based around an IsoFlareTM point source drive unit; technology which our Technical Director, Dr. Paul Mills, is reknown for. Our technical team,...
Book Shelf/Stand Mtg
FY 25 SB F700
Price on application
MEET THE F700 SERIESRefined, elegant and powerful, the Fyne Audio F700 series sets new benchmarks in loudspeaker performance and aesthetic design. Built in the UK with Fyne’s innovative point...
Book Shelf/Stand Mtg
FY 26 SB F701
Price on application
A NEW MODEL DUE FOR RELEASE DURING 2019
Book Shelf/Stand Mtg

Floor Standing

FY 03 SF F302
NZ$ 995.00 pr (incl. GST)
MEET THE F300 SERIESThe price may be entry level but the F300 range benefits from the very best technical and acoustic expertise in the loudspeaker industry. Offering a scale of specification...
Floor Standing
FY 04 SF F303
NZ$ 1,395.00 pr (incl. GST)
MEET THE F300 SERIESThe price may be entry level but the F300 range benefits from the very best technical and acoustic expertise in the loudspeaker industry. Offering a scale of specification...
Floor Standing
FY 16 SF F501
NZ$ 2,995.00 pr (incl. GST)
MEET THE F500 SERIESThe F500 series is based around an IsoFlareTM point source drive unit; technology which our Technical Director, Dr. Paul Mills, is reknown for. Our technical team,...
REVIEW: Never heard of Fyne Audio? Don’t feel bad or in any way out of the loop - this is a very...
Floor Standing
FY 17 SF F502
NZ$ 3,995.00 pr (incl. GST)
MEET THE F500 SERIESThe F500 series is based around an IsoFlareTM point source drive unit; technology which our Technical Director, Dr. Paul Mills, is reknown for. Our technical team,...
Floor Standing
FY 17 SF F502SE
Price on application
INTRODUCING NEW MODEL F502SE (Special Edition) - DUE FOR RELEASE MID 2019
Floor Standing
FY 27 SF F702
NZ$ 13,995.01 pr (incl. GST)
MEET THE F700 SERIESRefined, elegant and powerful, the Fyne Audio F700 series sets new benchmarks in loudspeaker performance and aesthetic design. Built in the UK with Fyne’s innovative point...
Floor Standing
FY 28 SF F703
NZ$ 18,995.00 pr (incl. GST)
MEET THE F700 SERIESRefined, elegant and powerful, the Fyne Audio F700 series sets new benchmarks in loudspeaker performance and aesthetic design. Built in the UK with Fyne’s innovative point...
Floor Standing
FY 29 SF F704
Price on application
A NEW MODEL DUE FOR RELEASE DURING 2019
Floor Standing
FY 35 SF F110
NZ$ 41,995.00 pr (incl. GST)
Meet the F1-10
Floor Standing
FY 36 SF F110 W
NZ$ 45,995.00 pr (incl. GST)
Meet the F1-10
Floor Standing

Home Theatre

FY 05 HT F300C
NZ$ 450.00 ea (incl. GST)
F302 FLOORSTAND SPEAKER
Home Theatre
FY 06 HT F300FX
NZ$ 500.00 ea (incl. GST)
Home Theatre
FY 18 HT F500C
NZ$ 995.00 ea (incl. GST)
MEET THE F500 SERIESThe F500 series is based around an IsoFlareTM point source drive unit; technology which our Technical Director, Dr. Paul Mills, is reknown for. Our technical team,...
Home Theatre

Sub Woofers

FY 08 SW F308
NZ$ 995.00 ea (incl. GST)
The Fyne Audio F3 Series subwoofers combine DDX Direct Digital amplification and DSP Potent, powerful and affordable, the F3-8 subwoofer delivers blockbuster bass performance from a compact and...
Sub Woofers
FY 09 SW F310
NZ$ 1,250.00 ea (incl. GST)
The Fyne Audio F3 Series subwoofers combine DDX Direct Digital amplification and DSP
Sub Woofers
FY 10 SW F312
NZ$ 1,750.00 ea (incl. GST)
The magnificent F3-12 is Fyne’s state-of-the-art F300 series subwoofer featuring a massive 300mm (12”) multi-fibre cone driver, over half a kilowatt of DDX Direct Digital amplification and advanced...
REVIEW: FYNE AUDIO HAS a growing speaker lineup that includes the F300 entry-level series reviewed...
Sub Woofers

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The Fyne Audio F3-12 is an absolutely cracking subwoofer, and one that sets the bar high for the others in this roundup. The fact that it undercuts some when it comes to price doesn’t do its chances any harm either...
HOME CINIMA CHOICE

SUMMARY: The recent arrival of Overlord on 4K Blu-ray provided the perfect opportunity to use the film’s dynamic soundtrack as demo fodder. The movie opens with a parachute drop over Normandy on the eve of D-Day and there is nothing subtle about the sound design. A barrage of flak greets the approaching aircraft, signalled by a seismic thump from the F3-12, perfectly timed to the visuals. An explosion tears through one of the planes; there’s nuance to the destruction.  

REVIEW: FYNE AUDIO HAS a growing speaker lineup that includes the F300 entry-level series reviewed in this issue [see page 50]. As part of that range, Fyne offers three subwoofers, of which the F3-12 is the largest and most expensive at £600. Yet it's also one of the more affordable subs in this grouptest, despite an impressive specification that sees a 12in driver tethered to a claimed 370W (and 520W peak) of Class D power. 

The F3-12 uses a rigid MDF cabinet in an ash black finish, and the build quality is good although styling is unadventurous. The design very much sings from the standard subwoofer hymn sheet. There’s only so much you can do when conceiving a speaker that is essentially a big black box, of course. 

It's a traditional sub too, with a single forward-firing long-throw woofer. Yet this is combined with a downward-facing port, making it the only ported model in our quartet. Subsequently, it’s also the heaviest and largest – standing tall while rivals adopt a more cubic aesthetic. 

Fyne Audio's DDX direct digital amplification not only provides plenty of grunt, but also boasts DSP control with
a Bass Boost feature aimed at the central LFE range of 30Hz-70Hz. 
Rear connections are basic, with just stereo line-level inputs and a mono LFE input, along with level and phase controls. As with all grouptest rivals, there are no EQ niceties or remote control here, but that's to be expected at the price point. There's also no crossover dial – the stereo input low-pass filter is set to 85Hz, while your AVR's bass management is used to set the crossover for the LFE feed. 

Cruise Control 

When I’m evaluating a sub, the first scene I always put on is the very beginning of Edge of Tomorrow (Blu-ray). Here there are two truly titanic bass notes that dive right down to  the lower registers, resulting in a sub-sonic experience that you can literally feel.
This tends to sort the wheat from the chaff as far as subwoofers go, and I was delighted to discover the F3-12 handles it like a pro. Its output is deep and well defined but also distortion-free, even as it fills the room 
with low-frequency energy.
The movie's repeated beach assault is 
another excellent test, and the F3-12’s ported driver produces plenty of bass weight as gunships fall from the sky and slam into the sand. The percussive kick of heavy gunfire and huge explosions are handled with skill, and the sub proves surprisingly nimble for a ported design, handling the transients extremely well.  And if you really want to test the capabilities of your sub, what’s better than a runaway train? The Blu-ray of Unstoppable boasts some impressive LFE that gives its wayward locomotive a realistic sense of heft, and again the F3-12 has the kind of low-end presence that makes it feel truly cinematic. 

The recent arrival of Overlord on 4K Blu-ray provided the perfect opportunity to use the film’s dynamic soundtrack as demo fodder. The movie opens with a parachute drop over Normandy on the eve of D-Day and there is nothing subtle about the sound design. A barrage of flak greets the approaching aircraft, signalled by a seismic thump from the F3-12, perfectly timed to the visuals. An explosion tears through one of the planes; there’s nuance to the destruction. 

Absolute Cracker 

The Fyne Audio F3-12 is an absolutely cracking subwoofer, and one that sets the bar high for the others in this roundup. The fact that it undercuts some when it comes to price doesn’t do its chances any harm either... 

They’re such an enthralling listen once the wick is properly lit,

SUMMARY: "They remain cogent and listenable to low volumes, but their vibrancy and excitement properly comes to the fore once the volume control nudges above ‘polite’. But they’re such an enthralling listen once the wick is properly lit, we doubt you’ll want to hear them at background levels anyway.

REVIEW: Never heard of Fyne Audio? Don’t feel bad or in any way out of the loop - this is a very new company.

And don’t be too down on what, at first glance, looks like a rather laboured brand-name - this new loudspeaker manufacturer’s Scottish background means the word ‘Fyne’ can be legitimately deployed without it being a pun that might soon grow tedious.

Fyne Audio has arrived fully formed, with two complete series of speakers (the F300 entry-level range and the F500 range from which these F501 are taken) plus a ‘statement’ (for which read ‘expensive’ ) speaker, the F1-10.

The F500 range consists of the F500 standmounting design (plus matching stands), two pairs of floorstanders (these F501s and the bigger, more expensive F502s), a centre speaker (F500C) and the F500FX dipole intended for use as rear speakers in a surround-sound set-up. And Fyne has a range of three subwoofers too.

That’s an extremely thorough debut for a company that’s starting from scratch. But it’s safe to say the F501s look, feel and, most crucially, sound more like the product of a company building on years of experience and expertise.

Build and features

At 98cm tall, 20cm wide and 32cm deep, the F501s are of unremarkable dimensions for a product of this type.

And in terms of build quality and finish, they’re exactly what a £1200 floor stander needs to be - that’s to say they’re sturdily made, from the chunky locking spikes beneath the substantial plinth all the way along the gently curved MDF-beneath-real-wood-veneer cabinets.

Finish is smooth and seamless - the veneer feels as good as it looks, and the shiny silver band above the port system at the bottom of the cabinet is subtle rather than showy.

On a technical level, the F501s are an intriguing combination of the predictable and the unusual.

It’s the broad strokes that are pretty predictable: a two-and-a-half way design utilising a 25mm tweeter, 15cm mid-bass driver and 15cm bass driver, nominal impedance of 8 ohms and 90dB sensitivity won’t raise any eyebrows at this kind of money.

But Fyne Audio has brought some interesting thinking to bear. The tweeter - a highly rigid titanium dome - sits in the throat of the mid-bass driver in an arrangement Fyne is calling IsoFlare.

This kind of point source design, intended to preserve the time-alignment and thus stereo imaging of the sound, is not unheard-of - but it demonstrates the sort of technical assurance start-up companies aren’t necessarily known for.

The bigger drivers are multifibre paper cones, with unusually sculpted surrounds. Fyne Audio calls this design FyneFlute, and claims it offers more efficient dissipation of cone energy and reduction of unwanted resonances as a consequence.

And at the bottom of the cabinet Fyne has employed some technology so singular its patent is pending.

Called ‘BassTrax Tractrix Diffuser System’ (and we can’t help thinking Fyne Audio got just a little carried away there - try saying it fast and see how far you get), it combines a fairly conventional downward-firing port above a carefully profiled, conical diffuser.

This is designed to convert the standard plain-wave port energy into a 360-degree wave front. So the port’s response is dispersed more evenly and the speaker itself should, in theory, be less picky about its position in your room.

All of this low-frequency regulation takes place behind some slatted vents, which also add a little visual pizzaz to the otherwise necessarily predictable aesthetic.

The F501s’ grilles are, like many a rival design, held in place by magnets beneath the wood veneer.

Unlike many rivals, though, Fyne has considered what happens to the grilles once you’ve whipped them off - the rear of the cabinet has magnets too (as well as chunky biwiring speaker cable terminals), so the grilles can be safely and conveniently stored.

Sound

After the usual leisurely running-in period, we get the F501s positioned just so in our listening room.

It’s safe to say the thoughtful Fyne approach makes the speakers pretty forgiving of room position - but we find the F501s to be happiest out in some free space, and toed in just a fraction towards our listening position. In this, they’re no different to the majority of loudspeakers we listen to.

At this sort of money loudspeakers need to be able to turn their hands to any type of music without alarms - but we have to start somewhere, so we give the F501s the chance to show off their chops with Diana Krall’s version of Almost Blue.

This is a high-gloss hi-fi recording, with painstakingly recorded piano and close-mic’d vocal supported by stand-up bass, brushed drum kit and economical guitar - and the F501s absolutely lap it up.

Initial impressions are of a broad, well defined sound stage, solid stereo focus and a lavish amount of detail. No nuance of Krall’s phrasing, no creak of double-bass fretboard, no lingering decay of a piano note is ignored.

But while they’re borderline-fanatical about laying out the last scrap of information, the F501s don’t sacrifice the coherence or unity of a performance in the process. Timing and integration are excellent, and the sympathetic responsiveness of the musicians is never understated or overlooked.

Upping the assertiveness quotient more than somewhat with a switch to Burn With Me by DJ Koze allows the F501s to show off their beautifully even, consistent tonality.

The speakers’ cleverly judged crossover points mean, from the bottom of the frequency range to the top, there’s no noticeable gear-change to the F501s’ delivery. This unified tonality, along with the sweet timing and transparency of their sound, makes the picture the Fyne Audios paint absolutely convincing.

Moving to the Deutsche Grammophon recording of Rhapsody in Blue by the Los Angeles Philharmonic under Leonard Bernstein not only allows the F501s to again demonstrate their fine grasp of timing (Bernstein takes the LAP through at an eccentric and awkward tempo, but the speakers have not a moment’s trouble tying it all together) but also their dynamic prowess.

Rhapsody in Blue is full of attention-seeking shifts from ruminative piano to full-orchestra outrage, and the F501s handle each with confidence. They snap into the leading edges of notes, alive with well-controlled drive and attack, and exit with similar alacrity. And they put significant distance between ‘very very quiet’ and ‘very loud indeed’.

No matter the sternness of the challenges we pose to these speakers, they prove unfazeable. Lotte Kestner’s Secret Longitude shows the F501s can deliver all the character and emotion of a vocal performance; The Grit in the Pearl by Clark demonstrates low-frequency punch, speed and body; The Byrds’ amble through You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere reveals top-end crispness and substance.

We’ll concede the F501s’ treble response is absolutely as confident and assertive as it can be without becoming hard or tiring.

A degree of system-matching is always necessary, but in this instance it’s imperative - the Fyne Audios’ top end isn’t impossible to provoke. Equally, while the thrilling rapidity of their low-frequency response might (on first acquaintance) be confused with a lack of extension, leaner electronics are probably best avoided.

And while we’re laying out our few caveats, we don’t think the F501s are all that tolerant of background-music levels of volume. They remain cogent and listenable to low volumes, but their vibrancy and excitement properly comes to the fore once the volume control nudges above ‘polite’.

But they’re such an enthralling listen once the wick is properly lit, we doubt you’ll want to hear them at background levels anyway.

Verdict

It’s obviously a bold move to launch a loudspeaker into the sort of competition the F501s are going to face - but then it’s equal obvious Fyne Audio has no problem with acting boldly. The F501s are an extremely confident calling-card.

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