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MartinLogan Motion 15i vs. Dayton Audio MK402BTX
MartinLogan Motion 15i Bookshelf Speaker
A midsized rear-ported bookshelf, featuring a 5.25” low-frequency transducer and a folded motion high frequency transducer, which MartinLogan claims replicates much of the performance of their high-end elecrostatic speakers. May need to be paired with a subwoofer if sub-60Hz bass is a priority.
Dayton Audio MK402BTX Powered Bluetooth Bookshelf Speakers
The Dayton Audio MK402BTX speakers build on the success of their previous Bluetooth and passive versions, the MK402BT and MK402, respectively, which were well-regarded for their imaging. The BTX model adds an upgraded crossover for a more refined listening experience and less high-end fatigue.
- The front face of the MartinLogan Motion 15i is approximately 41.91% larger than that of the Dayton Audio MK402BTX.
- The depth of the MartinLogan Motion 15i is approximately 43.29% deeper than that of the Dayton Audio MK402BTX.
- The spatial volume of the MartinLogan Motion 15i is approximately 103.34% greater than that of the Dayton Audio MK402BTX.
Notice: the above comparisons are based on the dimensions of a bounding rectangle that would fit the front face of a speaker, or in the case of volume, the measurements are based on a bounding cube that would fit the entire speaker. The measurements will not factor in individual differences such as curves or other variations in the speaker shape. Do not use these measurements as an estimate of the internal speaker volume.
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