The FP6 is a stand-mounted two-way monitor that features a 1-inch compression driver coupled to Auto-Tech’s cast synthetic concrete SEOS horn. Bass in this model is handled by a port-loaded high-performance 5-˝-in midwoofer. This particular speaker’s entire front baffle is cast from the same non-resonant material as the horn. The FP1 is a mid-sized stand-mounted monitor. It pairs a horn-loaded 1-in compression driver with a port-loaded 10-in mid-woofer for a system sensitivity of 96 dB. The FP 10 also features a cast non-resonant front baffle. The FP15 is a classic two-way monitor that pairs a 1-in compression driver on a large-format SEOS horn with a 15-in woofer. Both drivers are mounted on a cast non-resonant front baffle. Similar to the FP10, the FP15 is extremely easy to drive (96 dB), and Chane says it offers effortless and realistic dynamics. The “Mummy” will send October chills down your spine with an amazingly unique visual aesthetic; it’s a truly unique looking speaker. Its molded clamshell case minimizes resonances and internal reflections while properly loading a 12-in woofer. A 1-in compression driver is mounted to a large waveguide which matches the woofer’s size. Finally, there’s the tantalizing “Universum” (pictured at the beginning of the article), which represents the ultimate expression of Auto-Tech technology. Universum utilizes a 3-way system comprised of Le Cleac’h hybrid horns on the midrange and treble compression drivers, and an active equalized acoustic-suspension enclosure for lower frequencies.
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