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New center and bookshelf speakers feature MartinLogan’s award-winning Folded Motion transducers, elegant aesthetics, and powerful bass performance.

Indianapolis, IN – CEDIA 2012 – September 5-8 – Sound Room #9 – MartinLogan, the world’s leader in electrostatic and Folded Motion™ loudspeaker technology, proudly announces two new speaker models in the award-winning Motion® Series: the Motion 30 center and Motion 15 bookshelf speakers. Designed to match the elegant aesthetic of the Motion 20 & 40 floorstanding speakers, these new speakers feature rounded edges, a gently tapered top, and three high-gloss finishes: black, white, or black cherrywood.

MartinLogan's dedicated in-house design and engineering team created an extremely affordable and compact product line with stunning dynamic range and jaw-dropping clarity. Key to the Motion Series’ sonic performance is the unique Folded Motion tweeter, precision high-end Vojtko™ crossovers, powerful woofers, and acoustically inspired cabinet design.

Motion 15 and 30 speakers combine high-excursion, black aluminum cone woofers and low-turbulence, rear-firing, bass ports, providing an extended, powerful bass performance. Motion 15 speakers feature a single 5.25-inch driver; Motion 30 speakers feature dual 5.5-inch drivers. In each, MartinLogan’s Folded Motion tweeter creates clear, highly dynamic, and precise sound. Premium, five-way binding posts assure a solid connection.

The Motion 30 and Motion 15 are voice-matched with the entire Motion Series. Compatibility with other MartinLogan speakers affords versatility to listeners building a two-channel or home theater system piece-by-piece.

Pricing for the Motion 30 center channel speakers is $649.95 each. Motion 15 bookshelf speakers are priced at $799.95 per pair.

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