James Loudspeaker has introduced the FXA Series angled baffle architectural series speakers for in-ceiling and in-wall applications. All FXA Series speakers feature a discreet edge detail that they say appears virtually flush once installed.
Within this new lineup, two choices of tweeters are available. Models with a single beryllium tweeter, used for the ultimate in high-fidelity performance and as well as timbre matching to the James BE Series speakers are simply referred to FXA Series. Also available are versions that utilize the James proprietary Quad Array Tweeter, featuring four 0.75-inch aluminum dome tweeters delivering wide coverage and high output. These models are timbre-matched to James QX and QXC models. Each FXA and FXAQ speaker features dual 3-inch mid-range transducers (angled at 30-degrees towards the listening area) and two 5.25-inch woofers (angled on the adjacent baffle at 20 degrees toward the listener). The woofers are designed with aluminum cones, Santoprene surrounds and die cast baskets for use in outdoor/marine environments. Enclosures are constructed of aircraft/marine-grade aluminum and include aluminum white paintable grilles. 70-volt versions and custom colors are also available.
FXA Series are available now and the FXA model is $1,700 each while the FXAQ model is $1,400 each. Here are all the specs.