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October 13, 2008
New Linn Loudspeaker—Surprisingly "Big" Sound From A Compact Loudspeaker

[The following is a release from Linn Products]
   

An introduction to genuine specialist playback performance, Linn Majik 109 is the perfect addition to any system, bringing music and movies to life like never before.

Using technology derived from Linn’s reference products, including Linn’s 2K driver array which houses two high-frequency drive units (tweeter and super-tweeter), Majik 109 delivers superior musical performance and greater positioning flexibility. With more upgrade options than any other compact loudspeaker, from bi-wiring through to fully active configuration, this 3-way loudspeaker can be further enhanced over time for an investment in genuine specialist performance.

With timeless and distinctive Linn styling and real-wood veneer cabinets crafted by some of the most respected bespoke furniture makers, Majik 109 is at home in any home. A new stand which complements the loudspeaker design and maximises performance is available in black or silver finish. Majik 109 can also be wall-mounted.

Majik 109 improves the performance of any music or movie system, but in a full Linn Majik system delivers a level of performance you’ll never want to switch off.

MAJIK 109 is on sale at Authorised Linn retailers from this November and has a Suggested Retail Price of $1590 (ex tax)







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