Inside an FR30

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Inside an FR30
PS Audio's reference loudspeaker, the FR30, has replaced the venerable IRSV. That was a bitter sweet pill for me. For as long as I have been in the field of high-end audio I have been in love with the IRSV. My first listen to it in Sea Cliff, New York at the home of The Absolute Sound's founder, Harry Pearson, set the course of my life for the next 50 years. Old friends are hard to part with. The FR30 is the first loudspeaker to have everything the IRS had: speed, delicacy, resolution, transparency, musicality, and (above all) unfetter dynamics, and then take all of that to a new level that I had only dreamed to be possible. The secret to the FR30 is to be found in its drivers and crossover. Many of you have been drooling over a chance to see how this speaker is built. The speaker designer, Chris Brunhaver and PS Audio's industrial designer, Chet Roe, put together for us an exploded view to give you an idea of what's inside and how it is assembled. Enjoy!
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