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Just try them. If you don't like them send them back.


No one can make that decision for you.



Edit: OOops, didn't realize the MLs were electrostatic. That makes your question a bit different than I first understood it.
 

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I have Outlaw 950/770 for pre-pro and amp.

I have the following Martin Logans -

Aeons - front l+r

Cineam - Center

Scripts - for side and back

Velodyne FSR18 - subwoofer.

When I bought my speakers I called up Outlaw and asked them whether the amp can handle all electrostatic load. I was told that they did not try their amp with electrostats. Anyway, I tried Scripts with my old Hafler DH220s. DH220s were able to drive scripts very well. So, I tried with 770 and I am happy to say that 770 can handle MLs very well. I have watched movies (sometimes 2 at a time) at fairly load setting. 770 handled the task very well - no clipping or anything. My volume setting on 950 was never higher than -3dB. Volume setting at 0dB sounds very load, kind of hurts physically.

Give it a try, you will be amazed by the sound !!!
 

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Originally posted by Nagi


When I bought my speakers I called up Outlaw and asked them whether the amp can handle all electrostatic load. I was told that they did not try their amp with electrostats.
One company that uses Martin Logan electrostatics as a test bed for their amps is

EAD - Enlightened Audio Designs:

http://www.alphadigitaltech.com/prod...owermaster.htm


Their "PowerMaster" series drive difficult Martin Logan loads with ease.
 
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