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The 3.7i— 2014 “Product of the Year”
The Absolute Sound magazine, January 2015 “…s the 3.7i, then, a value? Hardly, it is a steal.”
Axpona Chicago show (2015) awards —
Jonathan Valin of The Absolute Sound —
Best Sound (cost-no-object): Magnepan 3.7i driven by Pass Labs and sourced by exaSound. The most natural and realistic sound at the show.
Most Coveted Product: Magnepan 3.7i.
(Note that Jonathon was covering speakers $20,000 and up and awarded the room with 3.7is “Best Sound (cost-no-object)”)
Julie Mullens of The Absolute Sound —
Best Sound (for the money): Paired with the upgraded exaSound e22 Mk. II DAC and Pass Labs’ X250.8 amps, the Maggie 3.7i’s stole the show. Simply put, they are priced at $5995, but sound like a million bucks.
Jim Hannon of The Absolute Sound —
Best Sound (for the money): The Magnepan 3.7i driven by Pass Labs X250.8 with an exaSound e12 DAC put many more costly systems to shame. It sounds more like the real thing than you’d imagine.
Andre Jennings of The Absolute Sound--
Best Sound (for the money): exaSound e12 & e22 Mark II DAC/Pass Labs X250.8 amplifier/ Magnepan 3.7i speakers playing DSD 256 files.
First, came the 3.7 —
The 3.7 is a 3-way design, like the 3.6, but, it is a full-range ribbon design, like the highly acclaimed 1.7. We are calling it "trickle-up" technology. The concepts that worked so well in the 1.7 were incorporated in the 3.7.
The 3.7 was subjected to "blind testing" by a panel of audiophiles and casual listeners. In addition to better sound, there is one more important improvement that you can test for yourself. If you have the opportunity to hear the 3.7s at your local dealer, try this experiment---Ask the dealer to place the speakers with the tweeters on the outside. Note how the imaging remains remarkably stable when seated far off-axis. With some speakers it is necessary to sit in the "sweet spot" for good imaging. If you are too far out of the sweet spot, you will hear predominately one speaker. With the tweeters on the outside, the 3.7 has the widest sweet spot of any of any previous Maggies. If you prefer to sit only in the "sweet spot", try the tweeters on the inside. Be sure the speakers are toed-in. In all cases, the tweeter should not be closer to the listener than the bass section.
The introduction of the 3.7 during CES 2011 was very similar to the introduction of the 1.7 during CES 2010. In their show coverage, www.theaudiobeat.com summed up the reaction of many who heard the 3.7 at the Audio Research and Magnepan rooms — "In terms of high-end audio in early 2011, we don't know of a more important and impressive debut than that of the 3.7."
Editorial on 3.7s and Magnepan's CES demonstration begins in second column of link below. Gary Reber states —
"These are without question the best performance/value in loudspeakers that I have experienced. American-made throughout, these high-resolution, full-range ribbon, planar loudspeakers set a new benchmark for high-fidelity performance in loudspeaker design. No other demonstration at the CES came close to the sonic and spatial realism, and seamless response and time coherence delivered by the Magneplanars!"
Positive Feedback reviews the 3.7--
Maggie 3.7 "best buy…(loudspeakers)…regardless of price". The Absolute Sound Magazine picks "Greatest Bargains" of 2012.
See comments at the bottom of the page by Jonathon Valin, Executive Editor. P.S. If your 3.7s don't go below 45 Hz, please call us.
|Respuesta de frecuencia||35 Hz - 40kHz|
|Sensibilidad 500Hz/2.83V||86 dB @ 500 Hz / 2 ,83 V|
|Dimensiones||61 cm (ancho) x 180 cm (alto) x 4,1 cm (fondo)|