Although very compact and affordable, Ticket is an excellent performer, boasting sound quality more akin to what you would hear from one of our floorstanding speakers than from a conventional in-wall. It's all in the engineering: twin high-resolution aluminum-cone woofers, an integrated dome tweeter with a high-intensity neodymium magnet, an advanced-technology Vojtko™ crossover, and a rigid aluminum chassis and front baffle. The result is a wonderfully smooth, clear, and engaging sound with a clean, tight bass foundation. The speaker installs quickly and securely, using the same mounting-lock system as Voyage and Passage. And like them, it also features paintable end caps and a selection of grille colors for perfect matching with any décor.
Quick, Trouble-Free Installation
A robust mounting-lock system allows quick, trouble-free installation. When not in use, the constant-control, die-cast mounting locks are held securely within a self-contained housing. When moved into place during installation, they couple the speaker's rigid aluminum chassis firmly to the wall. And if the speaker is ever removed, the locks retract and latch themselves back in their housings.
Each Ticket speaker comes with a rigid, full-size installation template that features a handle, quick-reference instructions, and die-cut guides for marking the cutout hole.
Low-Distortion Aluminum-Cone Woofers
By eliminating cone flexure, aluminum diaphragms help our advanced-technology woofers achieve the very low distortion necessary for proper blending with MartinLogan electrostatic panels.
Carefully hand-built using only the finest polypropylene capacitors and air-core coils, the crossover employ's MartinLogan's proprietary Vojtko topology for vanishingly low distortion and seamless driver integration. This precision-tuned network preserves even the most microscopic sonic nuances while handling the full dynamics of any source.
Rigid Extruded-Aluminum Chassis and MDF Baffle
Extruded and milled, Ticket's aluminum chassis and 1-inch-thick MDF (medium-density fiberboard) front baffle are so rigid that they actually stiffen the wall in which the speaker is installed, minimizing acoustically destructive vibrations. The benefit is very apparent in Ticket's taut, solid low-frequency reproduction.
Ticket can be mounted horizontally or vertically and is suitable for any application in any audio system, whether stereo or multi-channel.
Paintable end caps and a selection of grill color options endow the Ticket with the flexibility to complement any décor.
|Dimensions (WxHxD, metric)||-|
|Unit of measurement||ea|
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|Frequency Response +/-3dB||75 - 20,000 Hz +/- 3dB|