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Magnepan 2.7i

Regular price $5,995.00 USD
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The MG2.7i’s are a pair of 3-way, full-range, Magneplanar loudspeakers. Both the Bass and Midrange sections are comprised of aluminum foil. Often referred to as “quasi-ribbon,” the foil is adhered to the Mylar diaphragm which is visible through the front of the fabric cover. The True Ribbon Tweeter is also comprised of aluminum foil however it is not mounted to a substrate but rather suspended freely. The MG2.7i’s reproduce sound by introducing an AC signal to: the conductor foil on the diaphragm which reacts to the fixed array of magnet strips mounted behind the Mylar; and the tweeter foil which reacts to the magnet channels on either side of it. This reaction vibrates the diaphragm/foil projecting sound as a dipole, both forward and backward.












The 2023 Capitol Audio Fest: Alan Taffel - Read More

"Any new Magnepan is cause for celebration, but the latest may be even more so than usual. That’s because the new 2.7i ($6k) and upgraded 2.7X ($10k) not only come in at a very attractive price point but are also big enough to be full range, while not being so large as to overpower a room. They include a true ribbon tweeter, too. Their sound at CAF was impressive (see Best-Sounding Rooms above). I predict the 2.7’s will quickly become one of Magnepan’s top sellers. " - Alan Taffel


The 2023 Capitol Audio Fest: Jacob Heilbrunn on Show Highlights - Read More

"None of this came as a real surprise given my familiarity with MBL’s products. What was surprising, however, was the Magnepan room. For slightly over a decade, I used Magnepans, addicted to their transparency and large soundstage. But I also rebuilt the Maggies, as they are known. Back then, the parts quality could at best be described as iffy. No longer. The company seems to have emerged from the dark ages. It now features an “X” upgrade program that includes better wiring, capacitors, coils, connections, and inputs. The improvements were immediately audible on the $10,000 MG2.7x. Its rendition of Thomas Dolby’s song “I Scare Myself” was exemplary—big scale plus real dynamic punch, something that has always been the weakness of the dipole Magnepans. " - Jacob Heilbrunn




Description 3-Way, Full-Range, Quasi-Ribbon
Freq. Resp. 40-30 kHz +/- 3dB
Rec Power Read Frequently Asked Questions
Sensitivity 86dB/500Hz /1m/2.83v
Impedance 4 Ohm, nominal
Dimensions 71" x 22" x 1.75" 48-52lbs
Warranty Limited 3 years to original purchaser see warranty document