MAXI Speaker Systems
The MAXI columns are the flagship Fram model. They were designed for listening to music with full power in large and medium-sized spaces(30-50m2).
The MAXI floorstanding speakers are the flagship Fram model. They were designed for listening to music with full power in large and medium-sized spaces(30-50m2).
These speaker systems can be placed directly on the floor, on standard spikes with M6 screws or on square footing. The can be connected to any source of music – from a CD player, a TV to a gramophone preamp. They perfectly play any music genre.
- The MAXI floorstanding speakers look like a double MIDI model, however a set of double, full-range speakers create the most dense, vertically centered and less reflecting sound wave.
- Additionally, the MAXI speaker systems are distinguished by an excellent location of instruments, solid bass and an even wider and deeper stage (compared to the MIDI model).
- The 240 W amplifiers are well-fitted for digital programs of a speaker processor.
- The best distance for listening to music ranges from 2 to 6 metres.
- Three precisely tuned programs of the processor control any imperfections of the casing and the speaker, creating a neutral, high-resolution sound. The programs are chosen according to acoustic conditions of a given space.
- During the construction process of the aluminum casing, a precise CNC technology was used, which eliminated any vibrations, while the whole block gained an optimal rigidity and a complete suppression.
- Three sets of independent, active inputs:
– two pairs of RCA inputs for a CD player, tuner, DAC, phono preamp
– a mini jack input with a great sensitiveness for a computer or a cellphone
- A USB powering port for charging a cellphone, an external wireless receiver
- A remote control
- The set includes the left column and the right column, a cord connecting the two columns, a signaling mini jack cord, power supply, gaskets and a remote control.
- Dimensions: 120x850x120mm + 20mm (the gasket)
This product was featured in the “High Fidelity” magazine.