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I agree these will be fun to hear. I see they are exhibiting at Axpona this spring. Perhaps they will bring a pair of these. I had 1.7s and appreciated the bigger models but room size will likely take more people out of contention than cost. I applaud them for bringing these to the market however. Lots of companies have flagship models that take big rooms.
I'd love to hear them! I completely agree, as I'm sure many here do, with the reviewer that Maggie's have a very special sound, one that gets you closer to live then anything else with classical and jazz. And if these really do reproduce bass accurately down to 20 HZ (without rattles, which my 20.1s produce below 50 HZ, 80 dB), I'm sold. My 1.7s (music only) do best crossed over at 120 HZ, as I have mentioned in a previous post, not because of rattles but because the bass from there on down is wildly uneven. Too bad the Absolute Sound remains absolutely subjective and does not publish measurements, otherwise we would know the answer to this question.
I love Maggie's. My first high end speaker was Maggies, but to claim a $30k speaker is considered all time best biuy. Smh.
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