Please call us for the latest price. The Magico Q5 is five-driver, four-way design that employs Magico’s NanoTec drivers: two 9″ woofers, one 9″ mid-bass driver, and a 6″ midrange driver. The...
Please call us for the latest price. The Magico Q5 is five-driver, four-way design that employs Magico’s NanoTec drivers: two 9″ woofers, one 9″ mid-bass driver, and a 6″ midrange driver. The tweeter is a new, custom Scan-Speak model that has a beryllium dome, and while Scan-Speak was involved in the design, the guts of the tweeter are mostly Magico’s own. The Q5′s frequency response is from 34Hz to 50kHz, its impedance as 4 ohms, and the sensitivity as 88dB (1W/1m).
1 x 1” MBe-1 Tweeter
1 x 6” Nano-Tec Midrange
1 x 9” Nano-Tec Midbass
2 x 9” Nano-Tec Bass
Impedance: 4 Ohms
Frequency Response: 26 Hz – 50 KHz
Recommended Power: 50 – 500 Watts
Dimensions: 47” H x 21” D x 11.75” W per crate
Weight: 387 lbs.
For years, the design team at Magico have wanted to build all Magico speaker enclosures entirely of aluminum (as they did with their ultra-expensive M6 and state-of-the-art Ultimate) because of its ideal blend of stiffness and mass (only prohibitively expensive titanium outperforms aluminum in these regards); the problem was costs–both for Magico and for the end-user. Recently, however, Magico acquired its own machine shop with 6 CNC milling machines. Building in house–rather than farming enclosure construction out to companies in Denmark or the U.S.–not only gave Magico heretofore unparalleled control of the entire speaker-building process, it also lowered construction costs substantially, since it is much cheaper to use your own CNC machines than to rent time on someone else’s by the hour.
Q5-MCA - Fully damped aluminium and brass hard M cast enclosure
Q5-A - Fully damped aluminium and brass hard Anodized enclosure
Magico loudspeakers are our latest love affair; sound to die for and room friendly. HiFi+ Review ... It has all the Magico traits (exceptional mid-range clarity, wide bandwidth, powerful solidity of a broad-as-the-room image and that snap-focus in on the music), but it also has some of the characteristics of those speakers we were weaned on.