Falcon Acoustics’ latest in its Complete@Home initiative presents the IMF200 kit which offers the performance of a high quality three-way speaker for a lot less than many pre-built competitors.
After the Complete@Home’s introduction in 2020 with the IMF100 two-way speaker, followed by the Q7 mini monitor earlier this year, the IMF200 is the third (of a reported six) project that’s ready for audio enthusiasts to get assembling. No soldering is required, all tools are provided, and the build is supported by a YouTube video.
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