To the music lover, the MG20.1 is the best and most cost effective way to have the "concert experience" at home.The MG20.1 has wide dynamic range and deep bass response, but what separates the MG20.1 from all other assaults on "state-of-the-art" is resolving power.
Jonathan Valin, of Fi Magazine, said in December, 1998, Volume 3, Issue 12,
"So what have we got here? A big planar speaker that throws the widest, deepest, tallest, most coherent soundfield I've heard from a hi-fi system, filled with the most naturally-sized instruments I've heard from a hi-fi system, with the sweetest, most natural timbres I've heard from a hi-fi system, the finest dynamic nuance I've heard from a hi-fi system (particularly in the treble), and the most natural illusion of instrumental "action" I've heard from a hi-fi system. What we've got here, in sum, is "realistic reproduction" in the highest sense of the phrase, in the sense I spoke of earlier, the virtual duplication of instruments and voices rather than mere analogs of certain aspects of their sound....While it's hard to call anything that costs nearly ten grand a bargain, I can tell you this; if it were my money, and I were shopping for the very best, these are the speakers I'd buy."
The MG20.1 has optional bi-amplification and bi-wire capability.
Description 3-Way / Ribbon Tweeter - Planar-Magnetic
Freq. Resp. 25-40kHz (+/-3dB)
Sensitivity 85dB/500Hz /2.83v
Impedance 4 Ohm
Dimensions 29 x 79x 2.062
Available in natural or black solid oak trim, off-white, black or grey fabric. (Dark Cherry trim available at an extra charge)