One Pair of Funktion One F88 Full Range Loudspeakers available.

 

They are in truly excellent condition with virtually no marks. They include the hex grills and the hanging brackets. They have been removed from an install and look awesome and sound as good as new. All serial numbered.

 

Funktion One Description

 

The F88 comprises two Funktion One designed wide bandwidth 8” loudspeakers with a passive slot tweeter delivering frequencies above 6kHz.  Particular attention has been paid to the arrangement of the drive units to optimise coherency.  The F88’s 110° dispersion and 99dB sensitivity from 70Hz to 18kHz allow it to be used in numerous applications including under-balcony, theatre, bar/club, cinema surround and AV.  The F88 delivers full-range sound in its own right and can be given more authority with the addition of Funktion-One bass enclosures including MB212 and F or BR118.
 

Features:

  • Wide dispersion
  • Wide bandwidth
  • Funktion One designed 8” drivers
  • Choice of grill types

 

Driver

Sensitivity

(1W at 1m)

Power 

(rms)*

Nominal Impedance

2 x 8"

HF Slot

99dB 400W 6

*AES rated

 

Frequency Response ± 3dB: 70Hz - 18kHz
Weight: 13kg (28.5lbs)
Nominal Dispersion: 110° x 40°

Connectors:

2 x Speakon NL4

2 x Funktion One F88 Full Range Loudspeakers (Used)

SKU: GDSF88PAIRUSED
£2,994.00 Regular Price
£2,250.00Sale Price
  • Driver

    Sensitivity

    (1W at 1m)

    Power  

    (rms)*

    Nominal

    Impedance

    8"

    1"

    98dB

    100W

    8Ω

    *AES rated

     

    Frequency Response ± 3dB: 95Hz - 19kHz
    Weight: 5kg (11.5lbs)
    Nominal Dispersion: 90° conical
    Connectors:

    2 x Speakon NL4

    or phoenix installation connectors

PRICES EXCLUDE VAT

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—  Philip Manzon