Magico’s M9 Is A 6′ Graphene, Titanium, & Carbon Fiber Hi-Fi Floor Speaker

Jun 19, 2020

Category: Tech

Just like with supercars, the outfits behind the world’s most elite high-fidelity speakers are constantly striving to develop new and unique, envelop pushing ideas and technologies to set their offerings apart from their competitors. And this phenomenon can be seen through the latest release of ultra-exclusive California-based audio firm, Magico with its all-new flagship standing speakers, the M9.

These super-premium four-way speakers are each fitted with a single diamond-coated Beryllium tweeter, and one 6”, two 11”, and two 15” Gen 8 Magico Nano-Tec cones with Aluminum honeycomb core drivers all with vented pure titanium formers. The M9 is also the world’s first speaker to feature inner and outer skins composed of carbon fiber and graphene. Paired with an MXO analog outboard active crossover, these insanely elite speakers also get aircraft-grade 6061 T6 aluminum baffle boards and front-to-back tensioning rods. Standing at an imposing 6’, the M9 speakers weigh in at an even ton per pair, despite the liberal use of carbon fiber and titanium. All told, Magico’s M9 is unequivocally one of the finest speakers ever created, both in terms of audio quality, aesthetics, and construction. Scheduled for a release in Q4 of 2020, the Magico M9 Speakers are priced at a whopping $750,000 per pair.

Purchase: $750,000

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