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Magico M Project Limited Edition Speakers

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Magico M Project Limited Edition Speakers

Magico M Project Speakers 10th Anniversary Limited Edition
The M Project features a new tweeter we designed from the ground up,
using a groundbreaking advanced diamond-coated beryllium diaphragm with
optimized geometry. Created using state-of-the-art finite element analysis
modeling tools, it pushes high-frequency reproduction one step closer to
perfection, skillfully leveraging beryllium’s physical properties (closer to
the theoretical ideal) yet without gaining the extra weight normally
associated with diamond’s specific gravity. This new technology enabled us
to increase the dome diameter to 28mm (vs. the 26mm of yore), improving
many aspects of performance while enabling even greater power handling.
Combining these components with a new motor system in a new acoustically
improved back chamber, the results are the lowest distortion possible
today in a high-frequency transducer.
Both bass and midrange drivers employ innovative techniques that provide
superior potential to control cone geometry in multiple dimensions in
order to achieve optimal behavior in each driver’s frequency range while
reducing non-pistonic motion, thereby pushing distortion components even
lower than before. The process is further advanced by precise control of
all manufacturing and environmental parameters to ensure an even forming
process with enhanced coupling to the rubber surround. The latest 3D
laser scanning techniques were used to achieve these goals.
The midrange driver, derived directly from the Q7, is a 6” unit with a 55mm
voice coil coupled to a new Magico Nano-Tec cone. It utilizes an underhung
neodymium base motor system using an extra-large magnet (OD=120mm,
10mm in height, N48H grade) and a top stabilizing magnet to get a super
stabilized magnetic field of 1.7 Tesla in a 15mm air gap, resulting in a pure
vented titanium voice coil. The M Project midrange has +/- 6mm of
stabilized excursion at very high sensitivity, enabling 120dB (at 1m) of
distortion-free playback in the midband.
Also created exclusively for The M Project is our new 10” driver, using a
new Magico Nano-Tec cone. It leverages a new magnet system with half an
inch of linear movement to produce clean and accurate low frequencies,
undistorted even at a very high maximum SPL (120dB @ 50Hz at one meter),
while maintaining an incredibly low inductance of <0.15 mH.
All five drivers are masterfully integrated using Magico’s exclusive
crossover topology, resulting in the M Project achieving the best room
integration possible in the low frequencies, while delivering the lowest,
loudest, cleanest reproduction with ease of drive regardless of amplifier.

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Magico M Project Specifications

  • Driver Complement: 1 x 1” MBD28 Tweeter 1 x 6” MP6004 Nano-Tec Midrange 3 x 10” MP1005 Nano-Tec Woofer
  • Sensitivity: 91dB
  • Impedance: 4 Ohms
  • Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 50 kHz
  • Recommended Power: 50 – 1000 Watts
  • Dimensions: 56”H x 23”D x 15”W (145cm x 57cm x 37cm)
  • Weight: 400 lbs. (180 kg.)
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Magico M Project Loudspeaker

Simply put, this 450-pound, five-driver, three-way floorstander with its aerodynamically shaped carbon-fiber-panel enclosure and massive aluminum top, bottom, front, and rear plates is the most realistic and enjoyable transducer I’ve heard in my home. In addition to its curved chassis, the M Project incorporates all sorts of other advances—from its 10-percent-larger diamond-coated beryllium tweeter, to its unique graphene-carbon 6" midrange driver, to the extraordinarily expensive, one-off Mundorf caps in its re-designed elliptical crossovers, to its three 10" high-sensitivity nanotube-carbon woofers. Intended to showcase Magico’s most advanced technologies, the M Project succeeds in every conceivable way, sounding much fuller, more powerful, more beautiful, more lifelike, and more appealing in the bass and power range, and less tippy in the brilliance range and top treble, than previous Magico loudspeakers, without any sacrifices in the transparency, resolution, speed, and low distortion that have made Magicos so popular with “transparency to source” and “absolute sound” listeners. Indeed, this is the fastest, most detailed Magico yet, but also, far and away, the richest and loveliest sounding. (For you “as you like it” listeners, this thing sounds jaw-droppingly good on well-recorded rock ‘n’ roll.) The only downside to the M Project beyond its price is its availability, which, alas, is virtually nil. Only fifty pairs of these showpieces were manufactured—and nearly all fifty were sold to wealthy audiophiles long before the first M Project was built. So…why is something that almost no one can buy getting my Golden Ear Award? First, because it is so damn fabulous sounding, and second, because the technologies introduced in this speaker are already trickling down (or up) into other Magicos, including the Q7 Mk II, which showed so staggeringly well at Munich High End this year, and which Robert will be reviewing in the very near future. - Jonathan Valin , The Absolute Sound

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