Fischer & Fischer Klein
Fischer & Fischer Klein

With external crossover

Fischer & Fischer "Klein" – Small Slate Speaker

With the "Klein", Fischer & Fischer bring a mini loudspeaker with external crossover.

At a recent hi-fi show in Hamburg, Fischer & Fischer presented the new "Klein" loudspeaker. This speaker is a completely new development and comes with an external crossover, which is connected to the speaker via Speakon cable. With dimensions of only about 20 x 20 x 12 cm (hxtxb) and a weight of only about 6 kilos each, the speaker really deserves the name "Klein", which means "Small" in German. The tiny slate speakers will be available from about March and will probably cost around 2000 Euros - including crossover and Speakon cable.


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