Magnepan



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Magnepan was founded in 1969 by Jim Winey, who refined the concept of electrostatic speakers with its "Magenplanar" design.

Incredibly thin and sonically transparent, this design for many has defined musicality over the last 40 years, and ironically has found an equally comfortable home within today's multi-channel custom installation design requirements.

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Notable Magnepan products include:

Magnepan MMG
Magnepan Tympani I
Magnepan MC1

HomeTheaterReview.com has review of Magnepan products including:

Magnepan MG 3.6 Planar-Magnetic loudspeaker
Magnepan MMGW Multi-Channel Planar loudspeaker
Magnepan MMG Floorstanding speakers

Read The Audiophiliac's Speaker of the Year write up on the Magnepan 3.6/R.

Compare Magnepan against MartinLogan products.


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