It is interesting why they would post numbers that are REALLY easy to check in actual performance. The magico q7's measurements seemed quite linear on one review I read and that speaker matched their claims.
This most awesome subwoofer in the universe claim is so easy to substantiate , it seems silly to put their reputation on the line...
Anyone buying a 36k consumer sub either a) doesnt care about money and simply want the "best" and doesn't even know what that means... Or b) has exacting audiophile standards and expects the product to meet the advertised claims during measurements.
I would think they sell a LOT of magico through magazine reviews and whatnot since most people (including rich people) likely never heard these speakers and very few have a dealer near them. To a company like that, I would think reputation is everything.
I do agree the figure sounds ludicrous... Just seems like an odd claim.