• Specifications
  • Power Handling RMS / Music
    100W / 200W
  • Nominal Impedance   8 Ohm
  • Efficiency   87.5dB @ 1W @ 1m
  • Frequency Range
    41Hz - 30kHz @ -6dB
  • Frequency Range
    50Hz - 28kHz @ +/-2.5dB
  • Crossover Slope
    6, 12dB/Oct.
  • Equalised
    Amplitude, Phase
  • Crossover Frequency   2.5kHz
  • Pair Matching better than
    +/-0.25dB (L-R)
  • Bass Reflex Tuning   43.9Hz
  • Dimensions (H x W x D)
    800 x 160 x 308mm
    with plinth / base plate (H x W x D)
    855 x 160 x 320mm
  • Weight / Piece 15kg

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    The Alpha F1 is the smallest floorstander of the range to seem really modest but ... “in a direct confrontation with larger models of competitors, listeners repeatedly indicate that "hese must be the bigger ones playing now". They can’t believe that they are listening to the Alpha F1. The seemingly modest F1 is sure to please those who do not have an unlimited budget. This is just one of its advantages.

    Full natural symphony orchestra instruments like strings and brasses can be heard due to all the advantages of a flat diaphragm made of natural fibres. This type of diaphragm is used also in the top-line Alpha F3 and here for the F1 mid/woofers. Combined with the special fabric dome tweeter, the F1 gives nothing away to its bigger brothers despite being obviously smaller.

    Like the F2 model, the Alpha F1 operates in pure two-way fashion. A lower budget meant fewer but not lesser electronic parts. It led to a simpler filter which is an undeniable advantage. Thanks to small flat mid/woofers combined with an inclined baffle, it was possible to simplify the crossover whilst maintaining high quality. This can be heard. With the solid bass-reflex enclosure designed according to state of the art know-how, the bass extension of Alpha F1 is greater than expected. Bass quality is guaranteed with massive magnetic systems.

    Our Alpha F1 should catch the special attention of classical music enthusiasts. Yet the loudspeaker is certainly not limited to symphonic music only. Jazz, vocals, bass and percussion from all around the world will sound great as well.