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MartinLogan Puts Super-Slim SLM XL Speakers in Motion
The new audio option is designed to complement TVs that are 65 inches and up.
September 04, 2013 by Rachel Cericola

MartinLogan wants to put some motion into your musical experience. The company just announced the Motion SLM XL, a larger version of the company’s Motion SLM speakers.

Despite the Motion SLM XL’s super-slim cabinet, it sure has a lot of audio goodies inside. That lineup includes two 4-inch ultra-slim fiber cone woofers and quad 4-inch high-velocity passive bass radiators, as well as MartinLogan’s own Folded Motion tweeter.

The Motion SLM XL is slim enough to be paired with the thinnest wall-mounted HD displays and even projection screens. It measures a mere 1.45 inches thin—or 1.89 when used with the magnetic grille and included wall mount bracket. According to MartinLogan, this model is designed as a complement for TVs 65 inches and up.

Promising easy placement almost anywhere, each Motion SLM XL includes keyhole slots, wall brackets and a gloss-black base for sitting on a shelf or cabinet. It also has an 80-by-80-degree dispersion pattern, if you want the Motion SLM XL to get horizontal.

MartinLogan has already started shipping the Motion SLM XL to its dealers. The speaker is listed with an MSRP of $699.95 each.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
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