Fried Studio 7 Floorstanding Speakers

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

  • Dimensions:
  • 43 1/2" H x 11" W x 20" D
  • Shipping Weight: 125 lbs. each
  • Crossover Point: 180Hz, 2kHz
  • Finish: Cherry; other finishes may be special ordered
  • Drivers: 1" Dual concentric ring tweeter 8" and 6 1/2" Woven Glass Fiber Cones, magnesium free flow frame, vented pole piece.
  • Sensitivity: 90 db.
  • Impedance: 4 ohms
  • Frequency Range: +/- 3 db. 25Hz - 22kHz
  • Recommended Amplifier Power: 10 - 300 watts per channel
  • Input Facilities: 5-way gold-plated binding posts
  • Warranty: Five years, limited


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    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by laminarflow a AudioPhile

    Date Reviewed: February 25, 2005

    Bottom Line:   
    The new FRIED Products Co. has just released three models. I have purchased the Studio 7 speakers. They are floor standing three way speakers, using Bud Fried's TL loading for the woofer and mid-driver. The speakers are supplied with spikes, are mirror imaged. They weigh 88 lbs.
    After the 40 hour break-in period, they sound extremely musical. That is, they don't boom or sizzle. They do not draw your attention, rather they reproduce music as if you were at the actual live performance.
    I have been a loyal FRIED customer since 1978, when I purchased my first pair of FRIED's, the R/II. After that, I had the model M, which I updated to the M/II. Also had the Betas, the Q's and the G/II's, which later became the G/IIA Improved model, through numerous updates, a hallmark of FRIED.
    If you are looking for an accurate reproducer, give these speakers a listen, you will not be diasappointed.

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    Used product for:   Less than 1 month

    Duration Product Used:   AudioPhile

    Product model year:   2004

    Purchased At:   GrayHaven A/V




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