All New Magico A5 Loudspeakers // Biggest "BANG" For Your BUCK On The Market ?!

Some are saying these A5's are Giant Killers ! 
As GOOD as the M Series ?... 
Sound Stage Review coming Soon ! 
 Not connected with Magico in any way
" Instruments? You mean computers and other sound synthesizers? Piano stores are going the way of Hi-Fi stores "
I’ve been told that I need to use monitors to create a realistic-sounding piano. I’m not doing recording, just playing with Synthesizers. These synthesizers help me in making good sound quality.

Diptyque Audio dp-160 AB Signature speakers are the best bang for the buck to my ears.

In room measurements show the A5 to have an exceptional mid with seriously room dependant bass and treble. I can still hear to 16k so I don't think I would want a speaker that rolls off at 5k. I bought the Blades instead.

News flash: because on average speaker cabinets have roughly 10X the surface area of the enclosed speaker element, the only have to move 1/10th as much before they're contributing just as much to the output as the driver. If they move 1/100th as much, the cabinet is still only 10dB lower in level. So keeping cabinets quiet is a real big deal for serious speaker designers. You can take the BBC thin panel/constrained damping method  (Harbeth, et al); the 'Mass-loaded Cast Unobtanium' of Wilson, Aluminum like Magico, KEF Muon and a few others, or the value-engineered MDF of most manufacturers. All have the same goal of keeping enclosure noise out of the equation because it audibly dirties the sound. And because it is dynamic and lags behind and below the primary output, it is very hard to measure, even though our ears readily detect it. When cost is little or no object, then more exotic, even sculptural approaches can be used. Appreciate them for what they are.