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MartinLogan Adds Inexpensive Motion Series

MartinLogan ’s Motion Series is the company’s first product line to feature Folded Motion technologies. Inspired by the company's ultra-high-end electrostatic loudspeakers, the Motion Series was designed to provide sonic realism in even the smallest of home theaters or two-channel listening environments, starting at
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MartinLogan’s Motion Series is the company’s first product line to feature Folded Motion technologies. Inspired by the company's ultra-high-end electrostatic loudspeakers, the Motion Series was designed to provide sonic realism in even the smallest of home theaters or two-channel listening environments, starting at under $200 (U.S. retail) “per channel.”

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MartinLogan's Motion Series family of speakers


Key to the Motion Series sonic performance is the Folded Motion tweeter, precision high-end Vojtko crossovers, compact woofers, and acoustically inspired cabinet design.

Complementing the Motion Series sonic qualities is an external design that features subtle curves coated in a high-gloss, piano black finish. Motion Series floor-standing tower models feature real-wood veneer.

Motion Series speakers are available in floor-standing tower and ultra-compact center and bookshelf models. Speakers can be mixed-and-matched (along with any of MartinLogan’s high-performance Dynamo Series subwoofers), as well. Voice-matched with MartinLogan electrostatic speakers, Motion Series Speakers also can serve as compact rear-channel speakers in traditional electrostatic-based home theater systems.

MartinLogan Motion™ Series Models

Motion 2 / 4 – Compact bookshelf speakers - $199.95 / $249.95 each

Motion 6 / 8 – Compact center channel speakers - $299.95 / $399.95 each

Motion 10 / 12 – Floorstanding tower speakers - $999.95 / $1499.95 pair


Prices for the Motion Series start under $1,600 for a complete 5.1 channel MartinLogan home theater system and will be shipping in February 2010.



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