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MartinLogan Prodigy

MartinLogan Prodigy
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7 reviews

Dec, 2014

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(Based on 7 reviews)

2 expert reviews

5 user reviews

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Speakers: Main Speakers: Martin Logan Prodigy

 

The Prodigy sells for $10,000.00/pair depending on the finish, and has some of the technical features of the Statement E2, including the advanced electrostatic transducer. The panel is a 4-foot line source in the new multi-transformer design, and its...

EISA Award - Best Product

Expert review by:

Martin Logan Prodigy

 

Derived from the fabulous money-no-object Statement II flagship loudspeaker, the Martin-Logan Prodigy is the ultimate refinement of hybrid loudspeaker technology. Incorporating a bass system that works in almost any room thanks to the sophisticated...

Consumer review by:

Martin Logan Prodigy

 

The best speakers I have had the pleasure to own, and one of, if not the best, speakers I have heard, period. Open and airy, "box" speakers cannot approach this level of un-coloration. Soundstage is huge, midrange is to die for- very natural with no...

MIDRANGE! SOUNDSTAGE! LOOKS! VALUE (at current used prices)- at this price, NOTHING can touch these. Check them out before you dump thousands more (like I was going to) on newer, inferior speakers

VERY large. Need room to the sidewalls and behind. Don't crowd these babies- give them room to breathe! Don't try to drive them with a receiver, they will rebel

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Consumer review by:

Martin Logan Prodigy

 

Wow, I just auditioned these speakers and man are they impressive. Anoyone who doesnt give these above a 4 is crazy. They were playing through 2 Krell FPB350's (monoblocks). The soundstage was so deep and wide, when the piano started to play it sounded...

power, transparency, 3-D soundstage, looks, smoothness

nothing except size but they do look more like a piece of art than a speaker, and the price unless you have the money of course

Consumer review by:

Martin Logan Prodigy

 

I have owned the ML Prodigy's for about a year now and they still make me smile everytime I listen. They do dual duty in my system both home theater and dedicated two channel. My Stereo set-up consists of Sonic Frontiers power2, ARC LS25II, Theta...

wonderful detailed sound, 3-D imaging. They cost a lot but outperfomed similar and more expensive speakers I auditioned

They are expensive and big

Consumer review by:

Martin Logan Prodigy

 

I bought the ML Prodigy''s after having owned a pair of SL3''s. Although the Prodigy''s cost quite a bit more they simply kill the SL3''s in thier ability to portray large scale dynamics. The bass reproduction and extension are also much better. ...

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They need a High current amp to drive them, and high quality components/ cabling to live up to their potential

Consumer review by:

Martin Logan Prodigy

 

I really had a true love-hate relationship with these speakers before I decided to sell them. The bass never blossomed like I expect, despite driving them with 700 watt Classe monoblocks. Also had "build-quality" problems with the system. Had to have...

Amazing highs and mid-range. Huge soundstage with no listener fatigue

Build-quality, lack of deep bass

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