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B&W FPM6


$950.00 Released January, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Powerful - up to 150w. Thin cabinet accents the latest and greatest, ultra-thin LCDs/Plasmas. Available in silver or black.

The Cons:Expensive. Small 5" drivers in such a thin enclosure is worrisome when concerning sound quality. Requires a dedicated subwoofer to fill in the low end and add much needed punch.

The B&W FPM6 is a 2 1/2-way bookshelf, wall-mounted, or stand-mounted loudspeaker and is the largest model from B&W's FPM Series.  The speaker features a 1" Nautilus alloy dome tweeter that is positioned between dual 5" woven Kevlar cone bass/midrange drivers.

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  The three drivers work in unison to provide up to 150 watts of power handling and a frequency response of 65Hz to 22kHz.  The FPM6 is designed with a quite thin and narrow silver cabinet that is taller and wider than the FPM5 with a height to complement an up to 60" flat screen plasma or LCD TV.  The speaker is available in a choice of a silver frame and silver cloth grille or black frame and black cloth grill to match the silver cabinet.  It retails for around $950 each.

Features/Specs

  • 2 1/2-way vented box system
  • 1" Nautilus alloy dome tweeter
  • Dual 5" woven Kevlar cone bass/midrange drivers
  • Flowport technology
  • Frequency Response: 65Hz - 22kHz
  • Impedance: 8 ohms
  • Crossover Frequencies: 180Hz, 3.7kHz
  • Power Handling: 25W - 150W
  • Dimensions: 31.3"H x 7.7"W x 4"D
  • Weight: 6.8kg
  • Silver cabinet
  • Available in Silver Frame & Cloth Grill or Black Frame & Cloth Grill

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    powerful - up to 150w

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    thin cabinet accents the latest and greatest, ultra-thin LCDs/Plasmas

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    available in silver or black

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    versatile mounting/placement options

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    good frequency response - down to 65Hz means most lower end detail will be present

Cons
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    expensive

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    small 5" drivers in such a thin enclosure is worrisome when concerning sound quality

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    requires a dedicated subwoofer to fill in the low end and add much needed punch

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