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When You Become Attached- MartinLogan Motion 4i Speakers and Dynamo 800X Subwoofer
"I was already a fan of MartinLogan products, loving their speakers such as the $80,000 Neolith, but wasn’t sure how much the quality trickled down into the lower-priced products. Consider me impressed. I have not seen many products in these price ranges that can compete, and certainly none that look as good."
The Shoestring Audiophile
MartinLogan Motion 4i Bookshelf Speaker
"A lot of technical knowledge and clever engineering went into the design of the MartinLogan Motion 4i bookshelf speakers. They’ve succeeded at a low price."
Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity
[YouTube Video] Martin Logan Motion 4i, 8i Speakers and Dynamo 600X Subwoofer Unboxing & Review
MartinLogan Motion Speakers & Dynamo 800 Sub 5.1 Speaker System Review
"When space is at a premium, but you refuse to cut corners when it comes to audio fidelity, a system comprised of MartinLogan’s Motion 4i, 8i and Dynamo 800X is a solution that I enthusiastically recommend."
"Just as MartinLogan has done with their hybrid ESL speakers, the seamless blend between the Motion tweeter and the woofer feels like you are listening to a full range speaker. There is a level of transparency here that just doesn’t happen with other budget small speakers and that’s impressive."
"After listening to the Motion 4i, I can attest that this is a very cool little speaker. There are several features the wizards at MartinLogan packed into the speaker that influences its ultimate final sonic signature, but before we dig into that, it's worth asking: what is this speaker, anyway? Is it a near-field monitors for musicians and recording engineers? Is it a good right and left option in an audiophile 2.1 system? Is it good for the right, left, and surround duties of a surround sound system? Is it an option for a computer playback system? The answer to all of the above: yes, yes, yes, and yes!"
"If you’re not familiar with the original Motion Series speakers, their performance can best be summed up in two words: “detailed” and “dynamic.” Much like the originals, the amount of sound coming out of these little cabinets is a bit startling. "
I just bought a pair of these at Best Buy. In the store they sounded good enough, but when I got home and hooked them up, WOW! I can not believe how these speakers sound. Seriously, these are some really good speakers. So crisp. So dynamic for the size. I want another pair now.