in class D Jeff Rowland's old 501 or 312 are a superb match with Magnepan !
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Just unboxed a Sanders tonight as well...the 3.7's are still in the box on the floor, as I hooked up my VS4 jr's to see what the amp would do..I have a Gamut d200, Mk 2, a very nice amp, but the Sanders has added a lot of weight to the sound. Certainly a stronger bass. As soon as I can cat-proof the Maggies, up they will go.
Does anyone offer a cover for panel speakers to keep fur-balls from using them as scratching poles??
Sorry, but the cats stay!!
Cats are not an audiophiles best friend. That would be dogs. Even with declawing, cats still try to claw, not realizing they don't have claws. I would worry about that with the ribbons. They are pretty fragile. The old ADS speakers with the metal grills were the thing with cats. I will never forget the look on my cats face the first time she tried to claw those metal grills. There wasn't a second attempts.
If I were still a Maggie owner with worries about what my unsupervised kitty would do, I'd think about making something like a protective sandwich of Gatorfoam that could be quickly attached and removed with velcro tabs. The veneer fascia on the Gatorfoam gives it a less cheesy look than other alternatives I can think of and it's still lightweight.