Fyne Audio introduces F501SP

Scottish company Fyne Audio has launched the F501SP, its second Special Production loudspeaker, following the F502SP that was unveiled last year and is on review in HFC 471.

According to Fyne, the F501SP brings much of the driver, crossover and bass tuning expertise from the F700 Series into the more compact and affordable F501 cabinet design.

At its heart is a 150mm IsoFlare driver using the technology and engineering developed for the premium F701 IsoFlare unit. This driver features a multi-fibre mid/bass cone terminated with FyneFlute roll surround and a 25mm magnesium dome compression tweeter with unique waveguide set at its centre.

To deliver floorstanding scale musical reproduction, the F501SP adds a 150mm low-frequency bass driver to extend the lowest output of the IsoFlare unit. It boasts 91dB/W sensitivity and 180W peak handling.

The standard F501 deploys Fyne’s twin chamber bass porting system with downward-firing BassTrax port and a single layer MDF plinth. However, the F501SP uses a bespoke F700 Series-style aluminium twin layer sandwich plinth and machined aluminium hardware, including top adjustable spikes and knurled locking nuts.

The SP is available in high-gloss black and high-gloss white as standard, both at £2,800 or in a new, deep gloss lacquered walnut veneer previously seen on the premium F700 Series at £3,220. All F501SP finishes feature a diamond-cut finish on an exposed aluminium driver chassis alongside removable front and rear magnetic grilles.

Available to buy now, you can find out more about the F501SP here.

Fyne Audio