MoFi Electronics SourcePoint 10 Loudspeakers Are Company’s First

Posted on 22nd November, 2022

MoFi Electronics SourcePoint 10 Loudspeakers Are Company’s First

MoFi Electronics enters the loudspeaker market with its SourcePoint 10 “cost no object”  two-way standmounters.

MoFi Electronics is the turntable, phono stage and cartridge-making offshoot of the Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs record label, which now can add loudspeakers to its list of offerings with the announcement of the SourcePoint 10.

MoFi SourcePoint 10

These new standmount loudspeakers are apparently the result of a “cost-no-object” project aiming to deliver the best sound quality possible. MoFi states that it has utilised proprietary technology for the driver and motor, with the SourcePoint 10 benefitting from a custom 10-inch (25cm) concentric driver and a 1.25-inch (3cm) soft dome tweeter fitted in the bass driver, which takes over at 1.6kHz.

MoFi SourcePoint 10

MoFi says that the concentric driver's diameter was chosen as it's the ideal size for “minimising cone movement while producing deep bass”. Meanwhile, Chief Speaker Designer Andrew Jones (KEF, TAD, Pioneer, Elac) opted for a paper pulp mix for the cone's construction as it “optimises resonance behaviour and works well with the tweeter waveguide”. Finally, the tweeter has a large-diameter voice coil, and wide-roll surround said to help extend the high and low-frequency responses.

MoFi proudly states that SourcePoint 10 is driven by a “Twin-Drive” magnet structure. They say this creates a fully symmetrical magnetic field that “eliminates flux modulation for extremely low intermodulation distortion”. The upshot here is that it helps the speakers deliver “exceptional clarity”.

MoFi SourcePoint 10

Andrew Jones told StereoNET:

It is not enough to simply optimise the frequency response of the woofer and tweeter. It is also critically important to minimise distortion in the motor structure of the drive unit. If the motor has distortion, it will generate new frequencies outside of the original signal. We have been very deliberate with the design of the motor to reduce these distortions.

The SourcePoint 10 has a mid-century design aesthetic with the multi-faceted baffle designed to reduce diffraction as well as looking pretty cool. The speaker cabinet features Made one-inch-thick MDF panels wrapped in real wood veneer finished in satin walnut or black ash.

MoFi SourcePoint 10

Furthermore, the cabinet has a fantastic claimed 50 litres of volume, which is more than most standmounters and should translate to plenty of bass extension down to the manufacturer's listed 42Hz alongside efficiency, reinforced by MoFi's stated 91dB sensitivity going into 8 ohms. The SourcePoint 10 should be easily driven by most amplifiers, then.

The MoFi SourcePoint 10 speakers are available from January 2023, priced at US$3,699.

Visit Mobile Fidelity for more information

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