Dali Fazon LCR (Per PC)
The DALI FAZON LCR is an elegant loudspeaker designed to fit right into the modern home. Designed for stereo and multi-channel setups, this impressive speaker performs equally well as a centre-channel speaker.
78 - 25,000
15 - 120
28 mm soft dome
2 x 4½”
STYLISH SATELLITE SPEAKER
A high-performance satellite speaker for on-wall mounting
Combining elegant Danish design, quality materials and decades of driver and speaker design, the FAZON LCR is a stylish, wall-mount satellite speaker. The LCR can be used in a stereo setup or as a centre, main or surround speaker in a multichannel surround system. It's a truly versatile speaker for those looking for high performance in a compact and attractive form factor.
CLICK 'N' CONNECT
Patent-pending wall bracket for simple mounting
The FAZON LCR comes with a patented wall bracket for simple on-wall mounting. No cables, no connectors, just use the Click 'n' Connect wall bracket provided with the speaker. The speaker can also be mounted horizontally for centre-channel use or vertically as a front or satellite speaker.
LIGHTWEIGHT SOFT DOME
An oversize tweeter for improved high frequency sound
The FAZON LCR features a lightweight 28 mm soft dome tweeter. The oversized dome reduces resonance frequency for improved low-end dynamics and better integration with the woofers, delivering a more natural character and improved resolution with finer details and microdynamics.
WOOD FIBRE CONE
Reproducing the finest details and dynamics in music without any loss
The two 4½" low loss woofers are optimised with a wood fibre structured cone for reproducing the delicate midrange and bass frequencies. Constructed from a blend of fine-grain paper pulp reinforced with wood fibres, the woofers have a stiff, lightweight and uneven structure that helps minimise unwanted surface resonances.
Delivering richly defined detail and big bass response
The FAZON LCR's die-cast aluminium enclosure gives the speaker a stylish and elegant look. The high strength of aluminium also allows for thinner cabinet walls than less rigid materials, such as MDF or plastic. The thinner walls also create more internal volume for internal bracing and the sturdy, non-resonant bases and supports for the baffle and bracket connection.