Magico A3 Loudspeakers $12,300 Review

August 21, 2019 § Leave a comment

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“While the A3 may not sound quite as vivid as its progenitors, I think it takes the Magico sound a confident step forward. Consider “Film Credits,” the standout track of 32-year-old composer Ólafur Arnalds’s Living Room Songs (16/44.1 FLAC, Erased Tape/Tidal), recorded in the Icelander’s apartment. The string quartet played from left to right, and the recording’s raw, unfiltered sound was a joy to hear through the Magicos. The mournful first violin, to left of center, sounded sublime. There was texture and detail by the bucketful, yet the instrument sounded robust, locked in space, its aural image suspended effortlessly in space between the black monoliths. As mechanical as the A3 looks, its sound remained remarkably organic as the three other strings entered and I sat back, full of respect for the totality of its sound. If you want romance and coloration, find another speaker. Much like Alon Wolf, the A3 tells it like it is.”

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