Fostex DIY Loudspeaker Kits Anyone Can Afford

Posted on 15th September, 2021

Fostex DIY Loudspeaker Kits Anyone Can Afford

Fostex knows a thing or two about audio. Established in 1949, they've been developing high-quality speaker components, monitor speakers, and Hi-Fi speakers for professionals and consumers alike for seven decades now.

And what better time to undertake a DIY project than right now, with many Australians finding themselves limited by the boundaries of their homes? Fostex has the answer with its new BK-WB 2 series - a range of bass reflex speaker enclosures and kits that allow you to get your DIY on at home.

The build process using the BK-WB2 speaker box's is easy, but most importantly, you'll experience true stereo sound quality from a small compact speaker. What's more satisfying than building it yourself and then enjoying the music for years to come. Get the kids involved, or buy them a kit too!

Fostex has simplified the DIY process by supplying all of the required components with your chosen speaker box. Each enclosure includes a bass reflex duct, a gold-plated terminal compatible with banana plugs, internal wiring cords with Faston terminals and sound-absorbing material, all incorporated in the delivery of your chosen speaker box.

Upon choosing your model, you simply connect the internal wiring to the speaker unit terminal, and fix the drivers to the cabinet with the included screws; it's that easy!

And with all this spare time on our hands, why not take your new speakers to the next level of personalisation by decorating your enclosures and adding a real personal touch. Fostex has provided some interesting examples for inspiration below.

Fostex's range of DIY speaker kits start from as little as $88.00 a pair, so it's an excellent option for adults but also a fantastic way to get our kids introduced to the world of sound and DIY!

For more information visit Fostex

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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.

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