Monitor Audio SoundFrame Range Announced


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Now here's something that may prove of interest to those that have other halves that object to you having your lovely speakers on show in news that Monitor have you covered with their SoundFrame ‘picture’ speakers range that can be fitted either in or on wall with a choice of tasteful grilles.

The choice of grille options includes four photo styles, four graphical designs and five uniform colours. In addition, UK music fans can select from seven exclusive rock icon grille images licensed to Monitor Audio by world-famous rock photographer Ross Halfin. There’s also the opportunity to have custom designs applied to the grilles. Monitor say the beauty of SoundFrame is that in preserving the wide dynamic range of the music, living space is similarly respected'. At just 3.5” deep and fitted flush to the wall - or within it - the SoundFrame on-wall and in-wall speakers are among the slimmest full-range audio solutions available.

The newly expanded SoundFrame range offers on-wall and in-wall versions of two models (SF1 in portrait and SF2 in landscape). They incorporate Monitor Audio’s proprietary pivoting Inverted Dual-Concentric (IDC®) mid/tweeter driver modules, developed for the company’s range-topping in-ceiling and in-wall speakers. With 18 degrees of play in all directions each module’s C-CAM® mid driver and tweeter can be directed toward the listening position. Mid-bass frequencies are reproduced by a further single 165mm (6.5”) C-CAM®/RST® driver.

The SoundFrame models will combine in any way and in any number to generate multi-channel music and film sound.

And here are the gritty details:

Availability: September 2011
Retail prices (inc VAT): SF1 (in-wall and on-wall) £450 each; SF2 (in-wall and on-wall) £450 each.
Grille options: Block colour £50 each; Library image including (rock icons) £100 each; Custom images £200 each

For more information visit Home | Monitor Audio


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