Magico A1

£10,998.00

The A1 enclosure is constructed using 3⁄8” thick 6061 T6 aircraft grade aluminum, similar to the enclosure developed for the Q1

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Magico A1

Magico A1

The Magico A1 bookshelf loudspeaker features a fully braced aluminum enclosure, beryllium dome tweeter, carbon Nanographene cone, and ther renowned elliptical crossover.

The A1 enclosure is constructed using 3⁄8” thick 6061 T6 aircraft grade aluminum, similar to the enclosure developed for the Q1 and is available in an elegant brushed-aluminum, black anodised finish.

An innovative internal bracing technique along with the most advanced damping materials makes the sealed enclosure incredibly rigid and free of unwanted mechanical resonances.

Magico A1 Enclosure

The complete enclosure design of the A1 is evaluated in simulation using the latest FEA software along with physical testing to meet the uncompromising requirements of Magico for optimised enclosure rigidity, stability and to ensure benchmark acoustical standards.

Featuring the same tweeter as the full range A3, the A1 utilises a pure Beryllium-diaphragm with an optimised 28-mm dome based on the fundamental design platform and geometry of our reference M- Series tweeter.

The customised neodymium motor system is encased in an improved back chamber with their latest generation damping materials that facilitate ultra-low distortion, higher power handling, massive dynamic capabilities, and extended linear voice coil movement.

The newly developed 6.5-inch mid-bass driver features a Multi-Wall carbon fiber cone with a layer of XG Nanographene, providing optimal stiffness to weight ratio and an ideal damping factor.

The driver frame has been designed, simulated and tested for the optimal combination of stiffness and damping.

Minimum acoustical impact is achieved through reducing vibration modes while maximising air flow.

The motor system incorporates extra-large magnets to ensure a stabilised magnetic field in the 39- mm pure titanium voice coil.

The A1 mid-bass driver is optimised for minimal music related distortions in its bandpass, in both the frequency and time domains using state of the art finite element analysis simulation of acoustical, mechanical, electromagnetic and thermal behavior.

Specifications Magico A1

Specifications Magico A1

Driver Complement:

1 X 1.1” (2.79cm) Beryllium Dome Tweeter

1 X 6.5” (16.51cm) Graphene Nano-Tec Midbass

Sensitivity: 84dB

Impedance: 4 Ohms

Frequency Response:

35 Hz – 50 KHz

Dimensions: 15.6”H x 12”D x 8.5”W (39.62cm x 30.48cm x 21.59cm)

Weight: 48 lbs. (22 kg)

Brand

Magico

Magico

Located in the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area of Northern California.

The new 30,000 square foot state-of-the-art campus in Hayward, CA.

Magico employs highly trained craftsmen, technicians and machinists.

These employees are highly specialised and dedicated to their specific craft, allowing them the capabilities of translating ideas and concepts into designs as well as fabricating prototypes, and manufacturing the whole product without outsourcing.

The assembly area within the new campus.

A considerably larger area with better work station layout dramatically improves work flow. Coupled with modern infrastructure, this optimises efficiency and improves quality control of all their products.

Resonances in the body of a musical instrument are an essential part of defining its nature and quality.

The opposite is true of a loudspeaker.

Cabinet panel resonances are a significant cause of sound coloration.

Heavy bracing of a typical MDF enclosure can help reduce enclosure flex but at the cost of increased energy storage and damping factor.

Although a welcome attribute for midrange outout, over damping is detrimental to bass performance (high energy storage, low wide Q and low resonances).

MAGICO has spent many years developing an enclosure system that successfully balances the 3 elements that constitute a proper loudspeaker enclosure: stiffness, mass, and internal damping.

Having pioneered the use of aluminum in loudspeakers design.

They built their first aluminum enclosure back in 1994 and have never looked back.

Extremely stiff yet easy to damp, a properly designed aluminum enclosure is the ideal platform for high-performance loudspeakers.

So inert, the enclosures have no discernible coloration of their own-allowing the drivers to operate with the utmost clarity and dynamics.

Though costly to implement, the use of aluminum in their enclosures plays a vital role in design philosophy.

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