Graham Audio Chartwell LS6/f

Floor-standing loudspeaker combining a modern aesthetic with an open, uncoloured sound.

Price: £2995.00

The Graham Audio 'Chartwell' LS6/f Floorstander Speaker

Building on the success of the popular LS6 stand mounted monitor loudspeaker, the LS6/f is a floor-standing loudspeaker that combines a modern aesthetic with the open, uncoloured sound we have come to expect from a Graham Audio system.

The integrated plinth provides a flow-optimised path for the airflow from the port, reducing distortion at high outputs.

The LS6/f uses the same custom drive units as the stand-mount LS6 and has a crossover network using premium quality components to integrate the acoustic output from both drive units and equalise the overall response for optimum performance in free space. A switch on the front panel adds 1 or 2dB to the tweeter level, which might be advantageous in certain acoustic environments.

In common with all Graham audio loudspeakers, the cabinet uses the classic BBC "thinwall" construction, where the panels are mass-loaded to ensure that resonances are moved away from the critical mid-range region, and a layer of Rockwool is held in place by fabric to provide air damping. Hand-matched veneers are applied and finished to a very high standard. The grille is carefully designed to minimise diffraction effects and is held in place by concealed magnets.

The price shown is for Cherry or Oak.  Rosewood option, add £100.00p, Ebony option, add £400.00p.


  • System: 2 Way, reflex loading
  • Enclosure: Thin wall damped construction
  • Finish: Real wood veneer
  • Dimensions: (w/h/d) 96cm by 32cm by 32cm (including plinth)
  • Weight: 21kg
  • Frequency response: 40Hz to 20kHz, ±2dB
  • Nominal impedance: 8Ω
  • Sensitivity: 87dB SPL (2.83V, 1m)
  • Maximum output: Over 100dB for a pair at 2m
  • Bass/midrange: 165mm Polypropylene
  • Tweeter: 19mm Dome tweeter
  • Recommended amplifier power: 50 to 150 watts unclipped programme

Our thoughts:

These floor standing loudspeakers offer lovely stereo imaging, voices 'hang' in space and the bass does no over-power the performance.  There is a good natural quality about these speakers that we like a lot.