1. MartinLogan announces new high-end electrostatic speaker range

    MartinLogan announces new high-end electrostatic speaker range

    The company's latest additions to its ElectroMotion and Masterpiece lines, the ElectroMotion ESL X and Renaissance ESL 15A, are available now, while the Expression ESL 13A and Impression ESL 11A are due out in mid-September.

    Wed, 24 Aug 2016, 05:25pm
  2. MartinLogan unveils new Crescendo speaker

    MartinLogan unveils new Crescendo speaker

    Electrostatic speaker manufacturer launches Crescendo, its first wireless Bluetooth and AirPlay compatible speaker system.

    Thu, 09 Jan 2014, 03:50pm
  3. Martin Logan unveils next-gen electrostatic speaker

    Martin Logan unveils next-gen electrostatic speaker

    Evolutionary design uses a new CLS XStat electrostatic transducer and 10in bass driver

    Thu, 09 Feb 2012, 03:45pm
  4. Martin Logan brings ElectroMotion ESL speakers to the UK

    Martin Logan brings ElectroMotion ESL speakers to the UK

    American electrostatic specialist says new model makes hybrid speaker tech more affordable

    Mon, 01 Aug 2011, 04:33pm
  5. NEWS: Martin Logan develops the world's first fully active electrostatic speaker

    NEWS: Martin Logan develops the world's first fully active electrostatic speaker

    US-based speaker specialist Martin Logan has unveiled what it claims is the world's first fully active hybrid loudspeaker. The £2090 Purity model (above) has a built-in 200W digital power amplifier, meaning that no external power amps are needed to drive the speakers. And because the Purity

    Mon, 17 Dec 2007, 04:15pm
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  7. NEWS: Martin Logan charges up its Dynamo subwoofer

    NEWS: Martin Logan charges up its Dynamo subwoofer

    Kansas-based audio company Martin Logan, best known for its electrostatic speakers, had added a subwoofer to its range. But the Dynamo is far from the usual American 'oversized, overpriced and over here' exercise: it measures around a foot (30cm) on each side, and retails for £499.

    Wed, 11 Jul 2007, 06:16pm