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GeorgeO

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M-Ls are electrostatic speakers, and both large and heavy, and not chdeap which is probably the reason why they havent come to India much. They have a different sound, and I enjoyed listening to them. Cadence is an Indian option, probably worth a listen.

You may find reading up about them on the internet quite useful.

George
 

dhiman

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ML gets affected by Humidity too.
Difficult playing in Monsoon.
Guess that is why not popular
in India.
But no problems with Cadence
as they are made here in Pune,
hvae worked around this problem
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vishanv

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Vista and above, they are truly impressive speakers. Source didn't impress me much.

I recently auditioned their Spire driven by a NaimUniti (not a typo, this is how its spelt). Highly transparent speakers, well suited for Classical music. IMO, it came close in performance to Kharma Ceramique (best speaker for classical, IMO), which is 3 times the cost of the MLs. No crossovers for most of frequency range, so sound is pretty clean and coherant. the only negative which I felt was a lack of full bodied sound, which is present in conventional speakers in similar price band.

Anyone lookin for speakers in the $10K+ budget should have MLs in the shortlist.
 
A beautiful, well-constructed speaker with class-leading soundstage, imaging and bass that is fast, deep, and precise.
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