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  1. Random thoughts from The Home Entertainment Show in long beach California Five floors of gear plus one floor for the marketplace (records n Stuff) ‘I think the organisers will be disappointed - seem to be very few atendee’s. Seemed a bigger crowd when it was held near Newport Beach. Still good for me as I can grab a front row seat easily.
  2. I had the pleasure of catching up with my friend, Dave before Easter for a listening session & to see how his system has developed. I guess the first thing to say is, this guy is one serious audiophile. He has a dedicated, treated listening room in his expansive house which doubles as his HT room. But as you can see, 2 channel audio is his main passion. He is also a gracious host, and like most audiophiles I know, is as fussy with this coffee beans as with his audio equipment . His system is tweaked to within an inch of it's life, including a full suite of Telos Audio products incl: Quantum stickers, a Quantum Noise Reducer (QNR) + upgraded Branda Signature grounding cables, Quantum Noise Resonator (QNR), Quantum Acoustic panels & Telos Audio gold cable risers. There is an array of Stillpoints (incl: Ultra 6's + Ultra bases, Ultra Mini’s & Ultra 5's + Ultra bases under his S7's), Finite Elemente Pagode APS racks, Stillpoints Aperture panels & Gigawatt conditioners. I asked Dave about his cd collection, and he treats his cd's with a spray & machine which trims the edge off the cd's, after which a special black coating is applied to seal the edge! I was looking for crystals and talisman, but couldn't find any ?. Suffice to say, this is a finely tuned system. Since my last visit, Dave told me he had his Telos GNR upgraded to the latest Version 3.1, which by all reports (pardon the pun), is a quantum leap forward in terms of openness and insight into the music, and upgraded the power cable on his GNR to the new flagship pc from Voodoo Cable. Aural memory can be a funny thing, but I could swear the sound was smoother than I recall, and more open. Very impressive! Dave also had his previously dormant Wilson Benesch Torus subs in action which blended in well. Moving into our listening session, when I handed my friend a cd, he did a sort of double take and commented his Vitus MP-T201/MP-D201 combo mostly collects dust these days, since 99% of the music he listens to is on his awesome Kronos Pro + SCPS-1 via that beautiful Vitus Masterpiece phono pre. And we're talking about a €46,000 transport/dac! After warming up for a couple of hours, the Vitus combo came to life and was sounding musical and engaging on the audiophile cd's I threw at it, including Anne Bisson 'Blue Mind'(UHQCD) and Sarah Mclachlan 'Surfacing' (K2HD). The latter cd offered the most musical, full bodied sound on his system.. An easy recommendation. Despite the enjoyment of listening to well recorded/mastered cd's on his digital front end, there is no doubt his vinyl setup is quite a bit better. The Kronos sounds more resolving, palpable and provides a closer representation of the live event. You pays, you gets as they say ?. However, I can honestly say If I never owned a reference vinyl setup like my friend's, I could be perfectly happy with his transport/dac combo or my current Vitus cdp.. We drove the S7’s to high SPL's, and they sounded effortless with plenty of headroom fed by the Vitus SM-102 mono's & MP-L201 linestage, with Torus subs in support. Vitus and Magico Signature/Masterpiece series have great synergy imho. Despite the fact there was a little brightness, due I suspect to recent changes to his system/room and lack of warm up time, It was a very enjoyable listening session. It's nice to be able to share in the fellowship of our hobby with like-minded audiophiles, and have the opportunity to discover new music. Hope you enjoy the photos and video. I apologize in advance for the poor lighting in the video, but the photos are a lot clearer! ?.
  3. I got my first chance to hear the new Boulder 1100 series amps today at Absolute Hi End with the terrific Magico S3 Mk2's. The main source for my audition was an Ayon S-10 Signature streamer. Notwithstanding the fact the Kronos Sparta was temporarily out of action & the Boulders were still running in, I have to say i'm impressed. I expected piano to sound good, but what surprised me is they also did vocals and jazz with equal aplomb. The new amps retain the effortless power, neutrality and naturalness Boulder are known for, but sound smoother and more musical than their predecessor, and are much easier on the eye. To sum up, i'd describe them as "great allrounders" .
  4. Exciting times at Magico LLC with the release of the new A3 speakers! I probably don't need to add too much to the many press releases, but here are the highlights; The A3 is a 3 way, 4 driver sealed box floorstanding speaker & weighs 50kg The A3's cabinet can be thought of as a simplified Q series cabinet made from 1/2" thick 6061 T6 aircraft aluminium, with a brushed, anodized skin & complex internal bracing It uses a 1.1" beryllium tweeter using the same BE dome and profile as the M Project speakers It further employs Magico's latest graphene-reinforced Carbon Nano-Tec X1 midrange cone material, whilst the bass drivers use the latest Gen 8 Carbon Nano-Tec cones The x-overs use Magico's proven Elliptical symmetry technology which is made by Mundorf in Germany using top notch parts The A3 can be considered a full range speaker & has wide frequency response from 22Hz - 50kHz, though like it's bigger siblings in the S series; will need a reasonably powered amp with plenty of current to make them sing. These speakers should be right up there with other exceptional value offerings at or near their price point, incl: Joseph Audio, Devore Fidelity, Elac and others. However it's moderate load will not suit those with flea powered tube amps, so it's not for everyone. But given sufficient power and a suitable size room, the A3's might just be the best 'bang for the buck' speaker under $10kUS. You can find more information here.
  5. Hi all, Was fortunate enough to attend the Tokyo International Audio Show on Fri 30-Sep and Sat 1-Oct. It was held in a massive conference building, while there bumped into Robert Harley and Jonathan Valin (The Absolute Sound), was kinda star struck ... oh and also met Alon Wolf (CEO of Magico Speakers) ! Audio gear on display was unbelievable, a lot more high end than we'd normally see at Sydney / Melbourne shows etc... For example, one of the local distributors, Axiis, had a MSB SELECT dac on display for a cool 12.3m yen (~AUD $160,000 !), Wilson speakers, Magico, Rockport, Focal etc everything truly high end. Also bumped into Nick & Tony of Audio Solutions, whom I originally met at a Sydney audio show and whom I bought my current speakers off. Attaching some photos from the event, hope you guys enjoy.
  6. So much has been happening lately and I thought I'd share the journey. Speakers are Magico S7
  7. Item: MAGICO Q1 STANDMOUNT LOUDSPEAKER Location: MELBOURNE Price: $23,000 - Reasonable offers entertained Item Condition: VERY GOOD Reason for selling: UPGRADE Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Design: Two-way Enclosure: Sealed LF Driver: 177m Nano-Tec cone HF Driver: 25mm MBe-1 dome Frequency Response: 32Hz–50kHz ±3dB Sensitivity: 86dBSPL@1kHz@1w@1M Nominal Impedance: 5Ω Minimum Impedance: 4Ω (at 156Hz) Dimensions (Inc Stand): 1120×370×250mm Weight: 54kg (Inc Stand) Shipping Weight: 280 lbs. (127 kg) Can ship as all original packaging is included Hi-Fi News Critic Recommended Product Award Ultra Audio Select Component The Absolute Sound Editor's Choice The Absolute Sound Golden Ear Award Stereo Sound Japan Best Buy Stereo Sound Japan Grand Prix Award Pictures: A sample of the reviews these speakers received Jonathan Valin of Absolute sound …”he Magico Q1 is the highest-fidelity stand-mount two-way I’ve yet heard. It is not just a little better than its predecessor, the Mini II, it is a whole lot better in every sonic regard. Switching from the Mini II to the Q1 (on the same sources with the same electronics) is almost exactly like switching from an LS3/5a to a Quad 57—or for that matter from an M5 to a Q5, only in a couple regards the Q1 is better than the Q5.” “Above the bass range, the Q1 is a dynamic dynamo (as was the Mini II, to be fair), although because of the unusually smooth blend of tweet and mid/woof (and the lower noise of its enclosure) that dynamism has a less roughed-up, lower distortion, more civilized feel. The new Q is also—with the right source components—a paragon of transparency and resolution, reproducing subtleties like Joan Baez’s and Melody Gardot’s tremolo with the clarity, delicacy of timbre and texture, dynamic range, and sheer “in-the-room-with-you” realism of an electrostat, albeit with more body and dimensionality than a ’stat. Naturally, the Q1’s soundstaging is vast (when the recording permits) and the speaker disappears into the soundfield—as all minis do—so completely that you have little-to-no sense of the sound being projected from or painted on drivers and faceplates. On top of this, the Q1 (like the Mini II before it) does not miniaturize instruments, although it does focus them a bit more crisply than the Mini did. Thus something like the concert grand piano in the aforementioned Dessau LP has the height, volume, and most of the power of a piano reproduced by a much larger multiway loudspeaker.” “It goes without saying that I highly recommend the Magico Q1 to all but the hardest of hard-rock music lovers. It is, as I said, the highest-fidelity, fullest-range, most transparent-to-sources two-way I’ve come across (and I’ve heard a few). It is also, in my experience, one of the two finest speakers—the other being my beloved Q5s—that Magico has yet come up with. (I haven’t had enough listening experience with the Q3 to include it in the charmed circle, although by all reports it too may very well belong among the Magico elect.) For listeners in small-to-medium-sized rooms who can’t house (or won’t stand for) big boxes or large panels that clutter up the décor, or for classical/jazz/acoustic-pop music lovers in any size room who want very close to the ultimate in transparency, resolution, and refinement at much less than a Q3/Q5 price, the Q1 would definitely be the Magico ticket I’d ride.” Awareded Select component by Soundstage! Ultra – “In reducing Magico’s Q series to its essence in a two-way stand-mount, the Q1 performs its own magic trick, unfolding what in lesser monitors remains miasma. Almost shocking in its ability to exceed expectations, it left agape the mouths of a string of visitors to my listening room. The visceral results ranged from tormenting to thrashing to unexpected, beckoning depths, but were most notable when the Q1s reproduced bass passages, from orchestral crescendos to hard-rock drum kits. My time with the Magico Q1s is over, but they are not forgotten. They have left on my ears an indelible mark. “ Hi-Fi Plus – Alan Sircom By making a loudspeaker that works in a small room and delivers unparalleled bass response, Magico has answered the Big City Audiophile question. Those who have enough money to afford speakers like Q1s tend to make their wealth in cities. And if they live in the big city where the money happens (be it London, New York, Tokyo, Frankfurt, Singapore or what have you), space is often at a premium. The traditional loudspeakers the size of a garage door will not work in a room 3m wide and 4m long, but even that space may set the listener back a fortune. This is perhaps the most important loudspeaker I’ve ever sat in front of. Why? Because it doesn’t try to bend the rules of physics. Instead, it shows us just how much more we can get out of the physics if we try really hard. Magico’s Q1 demonstrates that real-world and honest bottom-octave sound is possible from a two-way standmount sealed box loudspeaker, and from a speaker design that isn’t the size of a large fridge. That throws down a challenge to all – if the Q1 can do it, why can’t your speaker? Hopefully, others will rise to the challenge, and that suddenly raises the standard for audio across the board. And there’s more! For those who can’t afford the Magico Q1, you should still be happy this loudspeaker exists. This is the Formula One car of our world. Things that go on inside this speaker are being watched by intellects vast and cool and sympathetic to the audio cause, just as things that go on inside a Formula One car are watched by those looking to create the next generation of production car. What the Q1 does is create a trickle down set of ideas for subsequent generations of loudspeakers (whether or not they have a Magico badge on the front). That way, audio gets just a little bit better at doing its job. Of course, if you buy the Q1, you get to be the audiophile equivalent of a Formula One driver.
  8. Excellent condition Magico Q3 speaker pair. Retailing circa $65,000 new. Weighing in at 113kg and made from all custom CNC Aluminum that kill all possible cabinet resonance. Then brace the cabinets internally again with aluminum braces – each Magico’s cabinet is comprised of 527 aluminum details. Comes with all original supplied wooden crate and spikes. California, USA made. Magico are so praised today by audiophiles all over the world. "Best components – best drivers – best speakers ever”, such are the adjectives often used to describe their performance! The complete lack of cabinet resonance makes speakers truly disappear; the room just seems simply filled with music, sometimes it even seems that sounds come from outside the walls! Magico Q3 review Speakers with zero cabinet resonance… As we all know, the golden age of audio happened in the 1970-80s. Those years saw rise and disappear such breakthrough technologies as beryllium drivers, phase linear speakers, computer controlled turntables. The industry was then truly revolutionized, so to speak it went into space and created some truly amazing products (remember Sony’s flat square woofers?) and then stood still for many years. Of course there was a lot of progress in all things digital. But what about conventional amplifiers and loudspeakers? Rarely do we see some truly new designs. Yes, there is the Devialet, which integrates a DAC and a high end amplifier into a slim beautiful casing, easily measuring up sound wise to traditional hot and heavy analog behemoths. And today we will review really revolutionary speakers – Magico Q3. When designing the Q series Magico’s engineers set themselves an ambitious task to make world’s best speakers. But their approach was quite different from what is widely accepted today. They decided to stick with traditional solutions but take them to the extreme. Having studied and measured many, many contemporary speakers, Magico’s team found out that cabinets played a very important role in speakers’ sonic signature. Vibrations and resonances of the cabinet distort what’s reproduced by the drivers, smearing the soundstage, altering timbres. So the solution was obvious. First of all, kill all possible resonance by making cabinets out of aluminum, notorious for its lack of self resonance. Then brace the cabinets internally again with aluminum braces – each Magico’s cabinet is comprised of 527 aluminum details. Finally eliminate bass reflex ports, opting for a sealed box design. Below you can see the measured result. Behold the cumulative spectral decay (i.e. resonance) of a Magico speaker vs. a conventional cabinet. Pictures speak for themselves. The rest is just as impressive. The long excursion woofers are all in-house produced, their incredibly stiff and light cones are made of Nano-Tec composite. The beryllium-coned tweeter works up to 50 000 Hz. All drivers are mounted in the cabinets in what is called Bass Mechanical Resonance Cancellation configuration. The crossover network comprises only the highest grade audiophile Mundorf caps and inductors. Add to that some massive spikes and pucks and you have Magico Q3. Yes, from the outside they look quite "passe partout”, but inside they are like no other speakers on the market. Given their design, Magico Q3 may well combine the detail of electrostatic speakers and the punch of conventional speakers. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Some figures now. Magico Q3 are three-way speakers 119 cm tall, weighing in a whooping 113 kg per piece (aluminum cabinets, remember?). The sensitivity is rated at 90 dB, frequency response is 26 – 50 000 Hz at -3dB. Nominal impedance is 5 Om, dropping to a minimum of 2.8 Om. Speakers can handle up to 1000 W thanks to their amazing drivers – three 18 cm Nano-Tec woofers, 1 midrange Nano-Tec driver and a 2.5 cm beryllium tweeter. As you’d expect from modern high end speakers, Magico Q3 are pretty expensive. Caution about system matching. Although the sensitivity is specified at 90 dB, measurements show that the actual figure is around 88 dB, which is absolutely fine. However, the impedance drops sometimes down to 2.8 Om, and combined with a rated power handling of 1kWt it makes one understand that low-powered amplifiers will not be welcomed here. Ideally one should partner Magico Q3 with such amplifiers as Vitus Audio, Musical Fidelity Titan and like. We tried two Devialet models and the smaller 170 could not master these difficult speakers. So most of the listening was done using the top of the line Devialet 240, which proved to be an excellent choice, only to be bettered by two Devialet 240’s in bridge mode. As for the cables, we used different sets from Argento, Valhalla and Arkana Research and were very pleased with results. When unpacking the Magico Q3 you immediately notice, besides the sleek appearance and the substantial weight the complete absence of protective grills. On one hand, it benefits the sound quality – any grill alters the sound to some extent, on the other hand, even though the Nano Tec drivers should do absolutely fine without protection, the naked beryllium dome seems exposed. As you may know, beryllium is quite toxic during production or when heated, but once finished it is quite safe to use at home (unless you heat it up to 2000 C or grate it with diamond abrasive). However, as per Magico’s manual, should you damage or break the dome, you are to seal the front panel with duct tape, collect all the shards, put them in a hermetically closed bag and send the speaker for repair. The main danger that the shards present is that you cut yourself or accidentally swallow them. According to other manufacturers of beryllium tweeters (such as ScanSpeak), the dome is actually very strong, so it is unlikely to break even if poked with a finger. Anyway, a small protective grille would be welcome; most other manufacturers – from Focal to Revel – always try to protect their beryllium domes. One of the benefits of a sealed box speaker is that it is much less sensitive to placement in a room than vented designs, but there is a downside. Such speakers generally require a very muscular amplification, and Magicos are a perfect example. And since there is just one binding post per speaker, you can forget bi-amping Q3s. Another thing to consider – these speakers take a very long time to burn in and start to sound their best after a least three months of continuous use. So if you decide to give them a listen don’t expect magic right out of the box, and always ask the demo person how long they have been run in for, as their stiff suspension really requires a long time to loosen up. The resulting sound will be absolutely worth your while. You will understand just why Magico are so praised today by audiophiles all over the world. "Best components – best drivers – best speakers ever”, such are the adjectives often used to describe their performance! Indeed, the Q3 throw a huge and deep soundstage with plenty of layers and pinpoint imaging. The complete lack of cabinet resonance makes speakers truly disappear; the room just seems simply filled with music, sometimes it even seems that sounds come from outside the walls! The high frequencies are superbly detailed, always remaining an integral part of the music rather than being pushed forward for a false sense of detail. Magico Q3 have uncommon resolving capabilities, you hear so much more into the well know recordings, but at the same time this does not distract you from the music. All the timbres are faithfully reproduced, instruments are incredibly real, you feel compelled to reach out and touch them. Yet there is no artificial coloring, speakers are wonderfully honest and transparent, one of the best in that regard. The all-important midrange is outstandingly present, making voices sound so eerily real. The bass lovers may feel shortchanged at first, but after a while you start to appreciate the cleanliness of the low registers. What you thought was bass before were just room resonance and midbass thickness. When a powerful and punchy bass line is present in a recording, Magico Q3 will hit you in chest like nothing else. The sound they reproduce absolutely belies their moderate size. And what about emotions, do Magico Q3 convey them? Actually, one of the main strengths of any good speaker is its capability to play all kinds of music equally well. If speakers make you cry when playing your favorite jazz and classical music, but fall flat on their faces reproducing rock and hip-hop, you know you have "genre-challenged” setup. Believe me – after a while you will inevitably find fault even with how they play jazz and classical, and you will be back in the shop for another upgrade. Truly great speakers don’t have a preference for a specific kind of music, be it Dvorak of Infected Mushroom. When a recording is great, they will deliver greatness, if it’s a dud, well, they will let you hear in all its ”glory”. So, how do Magico Q3 fare? In fact, they are absolutely at home with any type of music. "Samson and Delilah” by Saint-Saens will surprise you with sheer scale and power of attack. Listening to Beethoven’s opus 27 will make you literally see a piano materialize in your room. Manowar will grasp you by the throat, just as it should, Jethro Tull are always playful and colorful, with a brilliant rhythm section. Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, Rihanna, Eminem, you name it, Magico Q3 never run out of breath. But best of all, they don’t just reproduce beautiful sounds, they play music and that alone will make you want stop your painful quest for perfect sound. This is where you stop looking around and only – maybe –sometimes wonder what bigger Magicos may offer. We like – the best of the two worlds – detail and transparency of electrostatics with a punch of a huge traditional woofer We don’t like – very limited choice of suitable amplifiers, no protective grill on the tweeter Verdict – one of the rare truly innovative speakers; a small step for a company and a quantum leap for the high end audio market CNC machining of the MAGICO Q3 faceplate...
  9. Item: Magico S3 Speakers in Pewter Location: Melbourne Price: $SOLD ELSEWHERE Item Condition: Excellent Condition Reason for selling: Time to try something different. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Direct Deposit Extra Info: These can be shipped, but note that both speakers are shipped in one crate as you can imagine it's big and heavy. SPECIFICATIONS Driver Complement: 1 x 1" MB30 Tweeter 1 x 6" M380 Midrange 2 x 8”Hybrid Nano-Tec® Bass Sensitivity: 88dB Impedance: 4 Ohms Frequency Response: 26 Hz - 50 kHz Recommended Power: 50 - 500 watts Dimensions: 48.2"H x 12"D x 11.91W (122.5cm x 30.5cm x 30.25cm) Weight: 150 lbs. (68 kg) Piccies
  10. Item: Magico V3 Loudspeakers Location: Melbourne Price: 12k $11000 or Nearest Offer Item Condition: Prefect Reason for selling: Getting out of this hobby? Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, bank transfer. Extra Info: This is one of the model made Magico famous, Beautiful to look at ,engaging sound, truly a end game speaker.Have all the timber crate and packaging material came with.total weight about 100kg each,at this stage prefer local pick up. last 2 picture from web. RRP : 39K. Description: Three-way, sealed-box, floorstanding loudspeaker. Drive-units: 1" (25mm) ring-radiator tweeter, 6" (152mm) Nano-Tec midrange cone, two 7" (178mm) Nano-Tec woofer cones. Frequency range: 32Hz–40kHz. Sensitivity: 89dB/2.83V/m. Nominal impedance: 4 ohms. Recommended power: 50–300Wpc. Dimensions: 42" (1050mm) H by 12" (300mm) W by 15" (380mm) D. Weight: 160 lbs (72kg) each. Finish: Satin-varnished birch-ply, black-anodized aluminum. http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/magico-v3-loudspeaker-1/ Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  11. Item: Magico S3 Floor-standing Speakers in M-Cast Pewter Location: Melbourne Price: $17,000 Reduced to $16,000 for quick sale. They retailed for around $33K, while the S3 mk2 is currently $43K and in such demand that there is a waiting list. Item Condition: As close to new condition as possible in a used item. Complete with all packaging including inner cartons and crate for safe transport. Reason for selling: Need to sell the Magicos or Dynaudio Confidence C2 Mk II (also listed in Classifieds) to pay debts Payment Method: Cash, Bank Transfer or Paypal Extra Info: Anyone who can afford these will be aware that they come from arguably the most iconic speaker manufacturer in the world today. They have certainly become a reference amongst high end audiophiles. You presumably need no description of the unique virtues of this model, formed from a solid aluminium enclosure, with reviews and reputation all over the net. Subjectively they excel in detail, clarity, control and extension without harshness. In other words, sheer accuracy and neutrality when the rest of the system does them justice. This is as good an example of this rarely available speaker that you will ever find on the used market. They were purchased directly from the Magico importer. Happy to demonstrate for SERIOUS buyers. Pictures:
  12. Item: Magico S3 mk1 Floor-standing Speakers in M-cast pewter Location: Melbourne Price: $17,000. Open to near offers or sensible trade, but outright sale preferred. Please remember that Magico S3 mk2 retails for $43K and be realistic! Item Condition: As close to new condition as possible in a used item. Complete with all packing including inner cartons and crate for safe transport Reason for selling: Too many speakers. I've been unable to sell Dynaudio Confidence C2 mkII for a fair price, so these will have to go. At least I now know what all the fuss is about! Payment Method: Cash, Bank Transfer or Paypal+fees Extra Info: Anyone who can afford these is probably aware they come from arguably the most iconic high end speaker manufacturer in the world. You presumably need no description of the unique virtues of this model, formed from a solid aluminium enclosure, with reviews and reputation being all over the net. Suffice to say that this is as good an example of this rarely available speaker that you will ever find on the used market. They were purchased from the Magico importer. Happy to demonstrate for SERIOUS buyers. Pictures:
  13. Item: Magico S3 Floor-Standing Speakers in M-Cast Pewter Location: Melbourne Price: Originally listed for $17K but now reduced to $15.5K !! This is a true high end bargain as they retailed around $33K, while the S3 mk2 is currently $43K and in such demand that there's a waiting list. Item Condition: As close to new condition as possible in a used item. Complete with all packaging, including inner cartons and crate for safe transport. Reason for selling: Need funds Payment Method: Cash, Bank Transfer or Paypal Extra Info: Anyone who can afford these will be aware that they are produced by arguably the most highly regarded speaker manufacturer in the world today, becoming a reference amongst high end audiophiles. You presumably need no description of the unique virtues of this model, formed from a solid aluminium enclosure, with reviews all over the net. Subjectively they excel in detail, clarity, size of soundstage, control and extension without harshness. In other words, sheer accuracy and neutrality when the rest of the system is able to do them justice. This pair is as good an example of this rarely available speaker that you will ever find on the used market. They were purchased directly from the Magico importer. Happy to demonstrate for SERIOUS buyers. No time wasters please! Pictures:
  14. Item: Magico V3 Loudspeakers Location: Melbourne Price: 12k 10K Item Condition: Prefect Reason for selling: Getting out of this hobby? Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, bank transfer. Extra Info: This is one of the model made Magico famous, Beautiful to look at ,engaging sound, truly a end game speaker.Have all the timber crate and packaging material came with.total weight about 100kg each, RRP : 39K. Description: Three-way, sealed-box, floorstanding loudspeaker. Drive-units: 1" (25mm) ring-radiator tweeter, 6" (152mm) Nano-Tec midrange cone, two 7" (178mm) Nano-Tec woofer cones. Frequency range: 32Hz–40kHz. Sensitivity: 89dB/2.83V/m. Nominal impedance: 4 ohms. Recommended power: 50–300Wpc. Dimensions: 42" (1050mm) H by 12" (300mm) W by 15" (380mm) D. Weight: 160 lbs (72kg) each. Finish: Satin-varnished birch-ply, black-anodized aluminum. http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/magico-v3-loudspeaker-1/ Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
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