Magico M7 loudspeaker is a brand-new offering from the California-based company. It brings all the advancements that the audio specialist made with the flagship M9 speaker.
As a matter of fact, Alon Wolf, the Founder and CEO of Magico, says that the M7 speaker is a more accessible version of the flagship M9. But whereas the M9 was a semi active loudspeaker, the new Magico M7 is an all-passive offering.
When it comes to the specs, the Magico M7 features a four-way configuration. It features a six-driver system that comprises the latest Magico drive-unit tech. The system also has a carbon fiber and aluminum enclosure that’s organically shaped.
In addition, the new M7 loudspeaker comes with the latest Elliptical Symmetry Crossover. All of these work well with the advanced tweeter, midbass driver, bass driver, and mid-range driver that the speaker comes with.
The overall setup is designed to reduce the distortions both in terms of the time domains and frequency. Speaking of which, the tweeter that the M7 utilizes is the same one that Magico designed for the M9.
This high-frequency 28mm driver uses a beryllium diaphragm. It features optimized geometry and comes with a diamond coating that Magico achieved through a chemical vapor deposition process.
This deposition process pushes the beryllium substrate closer to the theoretical ideal. Then, there’s the 5-inch pure midrange driver of the Magico M7.
It comes with a Gen 8 Nano-Tec cone. This cone is formed of an aluminum honeycomb core sandwiched structure.
It features graphene-infused carbon fiber in the outer and inner layers. This advanced cone is then supported by the newly designed basket assembly.
Moving on, the midbass driver of the Magico M7 utilizes the newly designed basket assembly alongside the Gen 8 Nano-tech cone. It features the same structure as the midrange driver.
As for the bass driver of the Magico M7, it’s a 12-inch unit that utilizes the new basket assembly with the Gen 8 Nano-Tec cone. It packs a 127mm voice coil and has an extra-large magnet.
Regarding the organic enclosure design, the speaker utilizes a monocoque carbon-fiber shell. There are multiple 6061-T6 aluminum front baffles, which are designed to ensure minimal internal resonances. They also ensure near-silent operation.
Lastly, the Magico M7 features an Elliptical Symmetry Crossover. It integrates six drive units to offer a cohesive sound. The MPOD technology of the speaker ensures higher stability and better noise elimination.
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