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Martinlogan

MartinLogan Neolith

MartinLogan Neolith

MartinLogan’s upcoming flagship speakers. The Neolith has a room-filling 22″x 48″ electrostatic transducer. It also has a 15″ rear-firing woofer and 12″ front-firing woofer. It will reportedly go for $80K per pair. More here.

MartinLogan Crescendo

MartinLogan Crescendo
$900  Buy Comment

A wireless music player that isn’t box-shaped. The Crescendo has a 24-bit 48kHz DSP, a 50W woofer and two 25W Folded Motion tweeters. It works with Bluetooth, AirPlay, Ethernet, USB, 3.5mm aux and optical input. More here.

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MartinLogan Mikros 90

MartinLogan Mikros 90
$300  Buy Comment

Midrange headphones from the luxury speaker maker. These noise-isolating on-ear headphones are made of leather and aluminum and equipped with MartinLogan’s vaunted electrostatic speakers.

MartinLogan Motion Vision

MartinLogan Motion Vision
$1,499  Buy Link Comment

The Motion Vision is a 100W all-in-one surround sound system. It has three 1″ tweeters, four 4″ woofers and 7 amplifiers. It accepts digital optical, digital coaxial, and analog stereo inputs.

MartinLogan Montis Speakers

MartinLogan Montis Speakers
$10K  Buy Link Comment

Fitted with MartinLogan’s largest hybrid electrostatic panel. It also has a 200W amplifier, a 24-bit digital signal processor and an exclusive high-gloss black cherrywood finish. More here and here.

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