Since the release of the M-Project in 2014, Alon Wolf and his engineering team have worked to expand upon the groundbreaking designs that were first introduced in the critically acclaimed product which included the application of carbon side panels.
The new M6 represents the culmination of such efforts and a major advance in loudspeaker design. The most compelling aspect is the six-sided, monocoque enclosure sculpted of ½” carbon fiber, leveraging the latest Aerospace materials and technologies. Similar to the external shell of an F-35 fighter jet, this method of construction increases the structural strength-to-weight ratio by a factor of 60, while reducing overall weight by 50% and yielding outer dimensions that are 30% smaller without compromising internal volume. The curved interior and exterior walls minimize internal standing waves and eliminate external diffractions.
Four massive aluminum billets are meticulously machined to produce a continuously curved exterior with no angles. A thick-machined aluminum inner baffle supports the drivers, while ten aluminum tension rods extend front to back to further stiffen the enclosure and eliminate the possibility of hardware loosening over time.
The new M6 enclosure is completely sealed and, in its finished form, has nearly zero diffractions which allow sound waves propagated by the transducers to disperse naturally without obstruction. This creates a sound-field that replicates that of the recording space and allows the speaker to completely vanish in its environment.
A new reverse horn-shaped sub-enclosure made of proprietary carbon fiber composite houses the midrange driver and provides an extremely stiff, yet ideally damped, chamber that disperses internal standing waves without the need for copious internal damping materials.
A slight curvature of the machined front baffle enhances the seamless integration of all five drivers and provides an elegant appearance overall. The newly designed 3-point MPOD base provides a perfect coupling platform to the floor and supports the M6 as though it were floating in space.
The M6 incorporates a 28mm diamond-coated beryllium diaphragm with optimized geometry, created using state-of-the-art Finite Element Analysis modeling tools which elevates the M6's high-frequency reproduction one step closer to perfection. This was achieved by skillfully leveraging beryllium's physical properties, making the tweeter closer to the theoretical ideal without gaining the extra weight normally associated with diamond's specific gravity. Combined with a new motor system and new acoustically improved back chamber, the M6 tweeter has the lowest distortion measurements of any high-frequency transducer.
The M6 midrange driver (6-inch) features Magico’s superior Graphene-based cone material which is 30% lighter and 300% stiffer than that of its predecessors. This driver utilizes an underhung neodymium-based motor system featuring dual magnet structures to ensure a perfectly stabilized magnetic field of 1.7 Tesla in a 15mm air gap, culminating in a pure vented titanium voice coil. The midrange driver has +/-6mm of stabilized excursion capability at very high sensitivity, enabling 120dB / 1M of distortion-free playback performance.
Deep, powerful, and accurate bass frequencies result from three newly designed 10.5-inch Magico bass drivers that are produced with advanced manufacturing techniques using a new multi-wall carbon, Nanographene cone. Colossal engineering efforts were applied to minimize eddy currents in the iron components of the underhung motor system by using precision machined parts and incorporating a massive neodymium SD magnet system. These breakthrough design features yield a 90% saturated iron effect (industry standard is less than 20%) and enable the 5-inch pure titanium voice coil to move with 1-inch of linear excursion without any electromagnetic obstruction and producing clean, undistorted sound pressure levels up to 120dB @ 50Hz/1-meter.
All five drivers in the M6 are acoustically integrated using Magico’s exclusive Elliptical Symmetry Crossover topology that utilizes state-of-the-art components from Mundorf of Germany. The dividing network maximizes frequency bandwidth while preserving phase linearity and minimizing intermodulation distortion. Individual driver performance, and the loudspeaker in its final form, are tested and optimized for acoustical, mechanical, electromagnetic, and thermal behaviors using the latest state-of-the-art Finite Element Analysis simulation testing equipment.
1 x 1.10" (2.794cm) Diamond-Coated Beryllium Dome Tweeter
1 x 6” (15.24cm) XG Nanographene Cone Midrange
3 x 10.5” (26.67cm) XG Nanographene Cone Bass
22 Hz - 50 kHz
Minimum Recommended Power:
57”H x 26”D x 20/15"W
(143cm x 66cm x 51/15cm)
Weight: 390 lbs. (177 kg)