Following the release of the 1000 Series in-wall and in-ceiling speakers in January, Focal has now unveiled the On Wall 300 line of speakers for home theater and stereo listening. The On Wall 301 ($990 each or $1,980 per pair) and 302 ($1,490 each or $2,980 per pair) models are manufactured in the company’s Saint-Étienne workshops in France, and are targeted for customers wishing to place speakers around a TV or in discreet wall situations. As well as included and easy-to-install wall-mount kits, optional extra stands can also be purchased for $490 per pair.  All models in the line are available this month.

The new loudspeakers incorporate home-grown technologies, including French Flax speaker driver cones and aluminum/magnesium tweeters for “well-defined treble”. Focal promises a “sensational” listening experience with realistic voices and deep, impactful bass response.

The new On Wall 300s sport a refined design with an ‘angled’ silhouette (see above), with the company claiming to make “aesthetics and quick installation the order of the day”. The units can be ordered in Black Satin or White High Gloss finishes (both pictured), and are designed to be home décor-friendly. Focal concentrates on making their speakers with the overall effect and aesthetic of the entire range taken into consideration. The new 300s, for example, can also be combined with other Focal products, such as the Chora, Aria, Kanta or Dôme Flax loudspeakers.

Click on the links for information on the On Wall 300s, the Focal home page or Vervent group partner Naim Audio’s home page.




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