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tiefbassuebertr 10th February 2012 10:38 AM

Two versions of Fane's Full Range Model "Studio 5M" - 100 db and 92,5 db ??
 
Two versions of Fane's Full Range Model "Studio 5M" - 100 db and 92,5 db ??

According the datasheets there are two versions of this midrange model, also suited for full range applications without tweeter:

1) The vintage version, that I know und that I have heard several times (100 db version)
http://www.hifi-studio.de/hifi-klass.../Studio-5M.pdf
http://web.me.com/cad/ArenaSounds/Pr...5M_%26_5FR.pdf
Very similar was Monacor's "C5-50M" from Mc Kenzie order code 45.0340 from Monacor's Gerrman catalogue K39.

2) the currently available version "Studio 5M" with only 92,5db sound pressure level but with the same outline (at least according the images by Fane International) go to the new data sheet about
http://www.fane-acoustics.com/downlo...o_5M_Specs.pdf

Perhaps the 92,5 db by the new data sheet is a misprint. Or is it a completly new design with the old model number?

However, the Studio 5MN (neodym magnet version) about
http://www.fane-acoustics.com/downlo..._5MN_Specs.pdf
is more close to the old "5M" version than to the new "5M" version.

Who can post exact informations in this case ?
Thank you very much for your efforts.

BTW - I need this informations for replace the transducers in an old near field monitor from d&b, model "E1" - images by post #2 about
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/full-...-monitors.html

Radugazon 10th February 2012 11:19 AM

Don't worry, the efficiencies are almost identical for the 3 models : 1.6%, 1.65%, 1.7%.

The different numbers 92.5 dB vs 100 dB are just honest for the first one and marketing department for the second. They claim that the efficiency is the level of the nasty peak at 5000, common practice. Once equalized to be flat, indeed, only 92 dB will remain in the best case.

BHTX 10th February 2012 05:31 PM

These measurements might be helpful as well.
http://prodance.cz/protokoly/Studio_5FR.pdf
http://prodance.cz/protokoly/fane_studio_5_frk.pdf

tiefbassuebertr 12th February 2012 04:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BHTX (Post 2900642)

thank you for this pdf measurements.
But the speakers are the models "Studio 5FR" and its successor with kevlar diaphragm, the model "Studio 5FRK".
I ask to the model "Studio 5M".

Which bottom I must use about
http://www.prodance.cz/
to find more pdf measurements?

georgy 12th February 2012 09:47 PM

Du musst den Button drücken wo "MĚŘENÍ" steht.
Edith sagt, der Downloadbutton hat auch etwas zu bieten.

Btw, an efficiency of 1.7% is 94.3 dB and 1.65% = 94.2 dB.

Zamtek 30th July 2012 06:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BHTX (Post 2900642)

Thank you also for this dataof the 5FR. I have seen the VAS been quoted as 24L and 2.4. from different spec sheets I don't know which one is the missprint. However your Result of 16.54L trends towards the 24l?. Fs quoted as 43Hz you found it to be fs=52.9Hz and I found my 5FR speakers to be fs=69.9 to 71.3Hz.

I think little speakers can vary alot, so the only way to really know when designing the box is to do the test of theile & small yourself, as you have done.

To find Vas=1.15*[(fct/fs)^2-1]*Vb
Key
Vb=Test box Volume [suggest 5lt for this model(20cm*20cm*12.5cm)]
Fs=Free air resonace
Fct=Resonate Freq on test box.
*=Multiply
^=power to (i.e. ^2=square)

tiefbassuebertr 29th May 2013 09:44 AM

Now available: Fane Studio 5HPM
 
Is this the successor of the "Studio 5M" ??
Fane International Ltd Loud Speakers

Elias 17th July 2013 04:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tiefbassuebertr (Post 3507858)
Is this the successor of the "Studio 5M" ??
Fane International Ltd Loud Speakers


I noticed the Fane Studio 5 HPM today. Interesting. Seems to priced below 50€.

I'm tempted to have one for measurements.

Anyone have this driver already ?

Inductor 19th July 2013 12:30 AM

I have Fane Sovereign 6-100. :D

Elias 19th July 2013 10:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Inductor (Post 3566377)


And how is it ? :D

Mms quite high 24 g for a 6" midrange ?


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