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    Re: Magico M2

    Gorgeous! Prettiest Magico girl.

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    Re: Magico M2

    Looks great!!!!!

    Hmmmmmm
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    Re: Magico M2

    Quote Originally Posted by AJR View Post
    Thanks Mike.

    Would be fascinating to compare to the S3 Mk2s. My guess looking at the specs (acknowledging they are only specs) is that the M2’s bass will not be quite as deep, although may be a little more refined. So probably not an option for me - I still have my eyes set on the M3s.
    What kind of music are you listening? It seems that Madfloyd and Elboreth felt that the bass of S series had more slam than M3.

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    Re: Magico M2

    I'm surprised in the weight difference between M2 and M3.

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    They learned from the M3 to M6. The M2 uses that learning curve.
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    Re: Magico M2

    Great. What did they learn? Use lighter material? Use less material? Something else?
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    Re: Magico M2

    Quote Originally Posted by Kingsrule View Post
    Another great Magico design.

    I just wish they could figure a way to get their newest additions to be more sensitive, say 94-96 db while keeping their sonic signature.

    That would make their speakers even more amazing!
    they do

    https://magico.net/product/ultimate.php


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFox View Post
    Great. What did they learn? Use lighter material? Use less material? Something else?
    Hi Bud,

    They learned to make the cabinet using monocoque construction, which is stronger, more rigid, lighter and takes up less space than the internal metal skeleton of the M3.

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    Re: Magico M2

    Quote Originally Posted by XV-1 View Post
    I said newest additions....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingsrule View Post
    I said newest additions....
    you are expecting a lot from sealed boxes - won't happen.
    Source: TW Raven AC-3 - Thales Simplicity II, Graham Phantom, SME 3012-R, Exclusive P3,Technics SL-1000MK3D,Linn LP12 - Naim ARO
    Cartridges: Lyra Atlas SL Etna SL, Delos, Dynavector XV-1s,Technics EPC100mk4, Ortofon A90, GM Royal, GM Classic, Denon ESC'd 103R, DL-S1, Audio Technica AT25, OC9II, Linn ESC'd Troika
    Phono Stage: TW Acustik phono, Accuphase C-37
    EQ: ​DEQX HDP-4
    Preamp: conrad johnson GAT,
    Amps: conrad johnson teflon premier 8a's, D'Agostino Momentum S250
    Speakers: Wilson Maxx3

 

 
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