Published On: May 31, 2012

MartinLogan Debuts a Single-Speaker Surround Sound System

Published On: May 31, 2012
Last Updated on: October 31, 2020
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MartinLogan Debuts a Single-Speaker Surround Sound System

MartinLogan expands the company's Motion Series, and thus the implementation of the Folded Motion tweeters, with the addition of the line's first soundbar: the Motion Vision, which claims to be a surround sound solution.

MartinLogan Debuts a Single-Speaker Surround Sound System

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Motion_Vision_Soundbar.jpgMartinLogan just announced the new Motion Vision sound bar. The newest addition to MartinLogan's Motion Series has three Folded Motion tweeters, four 4-inch high-performance woofers, and seven dedicated amplifiers that deliver 100 watts of total system power.

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Advanced digital signal processing (DSP) technology and surround sound decoding reportedly allow MartinLogan to replace five separate home theater speakers with a one piece solution.

Dual rear-firing bass ports reinforce the bass extension for deeper bass and can be adjusted plus or minus 10dB to custom tailor bass performance. For bass aficionados who desire the deepest bass experience, the built-in SWT-2 transmitter allows for the addition of a compatible wireless MartinLogan subwoofer. For those who desire a non-wireless subwoofer, Motion Vision offers simple wired connectivity.

The dimmable LED display is hidden behind the front grille cloth and can be set to automatically vanish during operation.

Installation is easy thanks to built-in amplification paired with digital optical, digital coaxial, and analog stereo inputs that allow hook-up of Blu-ray/DVD/CD players, gaming consoles, satellite receivers, and other external sources.

The Motion Vision also installs quickly and easily on a wall with the included mounting bracket, or it can be placed on a shelf.

The Motion Vision sound bar is shipping now with an MSRP of $1,499.95 per system.

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