I heard Magnepans at shows all the time and I was very impressed on what I heard, finally I went to a local dealer and heard the 3.7s and then the 1.7s and bought the 1.7s on the spot, I think they even sound better than the Scansonics depending on music, but they sure do use a lot larger planar ribbon tweeter... Still the Dynaudio have had my ears for years, I use to sell them back in the late 90s and early 2000s... One thing I think Raidho does better than the Evidence line is sound better in a smaller too medium sized rooms. I have also owned Martin Logan as well, started out with the pair of SL3s, and had a few other pairs but when comparing them to other speakers they tend to sound much brighter sounding.The problem is...that statement gear costs more than most people's housesure would be nice to hear once though!One guy on the naim forum really praises those magnepans that Garman has,I've never heard those but I did hear some Martin Logan's a long time ago,it's kind of freaky as to how they actually make music.
I think the Danish companies are starting to feel the tech crunch of cheaper labor as well, sadly. People alway state, we need to build it cheaper find the cheapest paid labor force with limited environmental laws and who cares.... If a country really wants to create jobs then they should start to try to build more things in their country and buy more things made in their own country and be proud of it. One of the reasons I have always liked Dynaudio, at one time (hopefully still) 100% of the speaker was made in Denmark even down to the environmentally safe glue and stains! If I was going back to school I would learn Mandarin Chinese and study environmental engineering. Ironically you have 3 speakers that are in my top 5!
A few more:
Bow Technologies great looking and sounding gear
Dali as mentioned before.