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Magnepan 3.7 at CES 2011

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by TitaniumTroy, Dec 29, 2010.

  1. TitaniumTroy

    TitaniumTroy Well-Known Member

    If anyone should happen to be out in Vegas during the show, if you can check out one of the two booths that the Magnepan 3.7 will debut. I would appreciate it very much. One booth will be with Audio Research electronics, at the Venetian. The other will be at the Flamingo with a full compliment of Bryston products. These speakers are the replacement for my current speakers MG 3.6's, with a nice little price increase to boot $5495.00 MRSP

    http://www.theaudiobeat.com/news/magnepan_mg37.htm
     
  2. Flint

    Flint "Do you know who I am?" Superstar

    There is a slim chance I will be there for my job. However, I don't think I'll have time to go to the audio portion which is typically held at a different location.
     
  3. TitaniumTroy

    TitaniumTroy Well-Known Member

    Well thanks anyway Flint, well as of Sat. no news so far.
     
  4. TitaniumTroy

    TitaniumTroy Well-Known Member

    Finally some news out of the show about these speaker, the 3.7 uses quasi-ribbons in the bass section now. Same as the midrange and should be a closer match to the True Ribbon Tweeter. So no more wires glued to the bass section, the goal is to have a more cohesive overall sound.
    Guess I will have to make a trip to Chicago or Indy whenever their dealers get some models in for demo, one constant theme I heard in the reviews is that these almost 6k speakers are going against some high priced, heavy hitters, 25-50k and up :teasing-neener: To me that is a lot of value for your buck something you dont hear a lot of in hi-end audio circles.


    http://www.magnepan.com/model_MG_37
     
  5. TitaniumTroy

    TitaniumTroy Well-Known Member

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