Focal PC 165 FE 2-Way Coaxial Speaker Kit
Equipped with the Flax cone, the woofers from the PS 165 FE kit deliver a powerful (140-watt) natural sound without colouration. In addition, the TMD (Tuned Mass Damper) surround they incorporate stabilises the surround to achieve better control, and even greater neutrality and linearity.
The ‘M’-profile inverted dome TAM tweeters included in the kit offer a wider diffusion angle and greater sound definition, without directionality. Thanks to their tilted mounting, they are easy to install in the vehicle. A compact, pre-cabled audiophile crossover completes this kit. Finally, with its engraved aluminium basket and meticulous finishes, PS 165 FE combines style, discretion and modernity for a premium system.
Unique, patented Flax cone
Butyl surround with exclusive 'TMD’ profile
Al/Mg ‘M’-profile inverted dome coaxial tweeter
Made in France in the Focal workshops
The Flax Cone, Expressive And Natural
This flax cone has been exclusively made in France by Focal since 2013. With its original design, it is 100% geared towards acoustic performance. This sandwich cone is formed of a flax fibre core placed between two thin sheets of glass fibre. Flax is a fibre with the unique ability to reproduce a very natural sound without colouration, with a rich reproduction in the midrange and clear bass strokes. Its lightness offers great dynamics, while its rigidity sustains the bass and provides good damping to deliver a faithful listening experience. Flax fibre is twice as light as glass fibre as it is hollow. Its very low elasticity makes it ideal for increasing the flexural rigidity module of a sandwich structure.
The ‘m’-profile Inverted Dome Tweeter
Made in France in the Focal workshops, the inverted dome tweeter is an iconic Focal signature. The ‘M’ shape dramatically reduces distortion for an even softer sound diffusion and impressive treble precision.
The TMD Surround
A patented Focal technology, the TMD surround makes an appearance on all speaker drivers in the Flax Evo line, playing a key role in the reproduction and purity of the midranges as well as in the elimination of acoustic distortion, particularly when listening at high volumes.