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RE: Maggie sweet spot

Posted by djcxxx on February 10, 2012 at 09:16:34:

I agree w/ josh358. I've owned Magnepans since the late 1970s when the sweet spot could be lost just by moving your head. I actually think the 3.7s are very good in this respect. In my set up at home there is excellent center fill for 2-3 listeners. I've always be a solo listener, no distractions, conversations, focused on the music. I mention this because I think that's the type of listening for which Magnepans excel. To me they aren't about background music or filler for a party, they're about a personal connection with the musical experience. Long way of saying that the sweet spot limitation has never been an issue for me in the 30+ years I've owned Magnepans.