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Review: Ilumnia Magister mk 2 loudspeakers turn out to be an extremely successful symbiosis of all these properties.

Review: Ilumnia Magister mk 2 Loudspeakers Two Belgian brothers who have been inspiring each other for years in their search for the ideal sound. That almost sounds like the stereotypical example of what many hi-fi enthusiasts like to do. The big difference here, however, is the combination of fanaticism, inspiration, passion, knowing what you want to achieve and certainly also the necessary technical background knowledge. See here in a nutshell the motivations behind one of the most special speaker systems I’ve come across in years. I am talking about the unique Ilumnia Magister mk 2 speakers. Reproducers who are not only special because of their groundbreaking ideas and technological ideas, but who also mean the actual realization of a number of pressing, until recently unsolvable technical issues.  

Ilumnia Magister mk 2 Loudspeakers

For the creation of this unique product and brand, we have to go quite far back in time. It is the ‘golden’ period, the eighties and nineties. A period of time in which many original and special products were created and manufacturers were busy creating their own unique sound. A recognizable character for each brand, which partly arose from the (partial) absence of computers and was mainly based on the experience of seasoned designers and development teams. It is this important period that formed the basis for the later course and way of thinking of the brothers Tom and Jef Nuyts.

Looking for the common thread 

To look up this experience (then unconsciously), Tom in particular started to buy more and more hi-fi equipment. Loudspeakers, amplifiers, sources, it was almost impossible. And although they entered the house with haste, they sometimes left their temporary shelter even more quickly. Looking back, it looks like a huge destruction of capital. But besides the fact that you learned to act naturally to pay for your hobby, this way, as a hard and steep learning curve, also created an invaluable knowledge of different design perspectives. Brother Jef, although certainly interested, was less involved with hi-fi in that phase. He certainly loved music and listened sideways, but he was not as fanatical as Tom at that time. Coincidentally, both gentlemen in their daily lives both work at the same Belgian branch of one of the world’s largest manufacturers of trucks in the world. The knowledge acquired there on a daily basis turned out to form a very good basis for their own brand Ilumnia. Tom is one of the managers, while Jef is responsible for electrical work. Tom also more or less takes care of the course and ideas at Ilumnia, while Jef takes care of the brilliant realization of the ideas. Inventions that are so clever and now crystallized that the greatest praise and the greatest respect can be extended to this apparently ‘simple’ and tiny development team. The knowledge acquired there on a daily basis turned out to form a very good basis for their own brand Ilumnia. Tom is one of the managers, while Jef is responsible for electrical work. Tom also more or less takes care of the course and ideas at Ilumnia, while Jef takes care of the brilliant realization of the ideas. Inventions that are so clever and now crystallized that the greatest praise and the greatest respect can be extended to this apparently ‘simple’ and tiny development team. The knowledge acquired there on a daily basis turned out to form a very good basis for their own brand Ilumnia. Tom is one of the managers, while Jef is responsible for electrical work. Tom also more or less takes care of the course and ideas at Ilumnia, while Jef takes care of the brilliant realization of the ideas. Inventions that are so clever and now crystallized that the greatest praise and the greatest respect can be extended to this apparently ‘simple’ and tiny development team. while Jef takes care of the brilliant realization of the ideas. Inventions that are so clever and now crystallized that the greatest praise and the greatest respect can be extended to this apparently ‘simple’ and tiny development team. while Jef takes care of the brilliant realization of the ideas. Inventions that are so clever and now crystallized that the greatest praise and the greatest respect can be extended to this apparently ‘simple’ and tiny development team.

From evolution to revolution

Because the Ilumnia reproducers use a strikingly different driver technology than all other speaker systems on the market, I agree with the Dutch importer to conduct an in-depth interview with Tom and Jef at my home a week after installation of the Magister mk 2 models. It turns out to be two calm, thoughtful, but also very enthusiastic gentlemen. Passionate music lovers who can convey their points of view in a well-substantiated way and who are clearly very well aware of the hat and the brim. Tom: ‘You must be curious how we arrived at our concept. But to explain this it is important to follow the road that goes all the way back to the period when we still lived in our parental home. We come from a musical family of three children, with the exception of Jef, everyone was actively engaged in music practice. Father played the tuba, our sister played the piano and oboe, and I played the trumpet. Due to this constant contact with live music and real musical instruments, I was also interested in sound reproduction at an early age. You know how things like that go. At first you come into contact with simple stuff, but there is always an ‘aha’ experience in your hi-fi life that determines later. You already touched on my history of frequent purchases and sales in the previous paragraph. But the grateful result is that a clear common thread has arisen with me and Jef – who has started to listen more and more with me in those years. Because what do we actually find important and which aspects are less important to us?’ our sister played the piano and oboe and I played the trumpet. Due to this constant contact with live music and real musical instruments, I was also interested in sound reproduction at an early age. You know how things like that go. At first you come into contact with simple stuff, but there is always an ‘aha’ experience in your hi-fi life that determines later. You already touched on my history of frequent purchases and sales in the previous paragraph. But the grateful result is that a clear common thread has arisen with me and Jef – who has started to listen more and more with me in those years. Because what do we actually find important and which aspects are less important to us?’ our sister played the piano and oboe and I played the trumpet. Due to this constant contact with live music and real musical instruments, I was also interested in sound reproduction at an early age. You know how things like that go. At first you come into contact with simple stuff, but there is always an ‘aha’ experience in your hi-fi life that determines later. You already touched on my history of frequent purchases and sales in the previous paragraph. But the grateful result is that a clear common thread has arisen with me and Jef – who has started to listen more and more with me in those years. Because what do we actually find important and which aspects are less important to us?’ You know how things like that go. At first you come into contact with simple stuff, but there is always an ‘aha’ experience in your hi-fi life that determines later. You already touched on my history of frequent purchases and sales in the previous paragraph. But the grateful result is that a clear common thread has arisen with me and Jef – who has started to listen more and more with me in those years. Because what do we actually find important and which aspects are less important to us?’ You know how things like that go. At first you come into contact with simple stuff, but there is always an ‘aha’ experience in your hi-fi life that determines later. You already touched on my history of frequent purchases and sales in the previous paragraph. But the grateful result is that a clear common thread has arisen with me and Jef – who has started to listen more and more with me in those years. Because what do we actually find important and which aspects are less important to us?’ But the grateful result is that a clear common thread has arisen with me and Jef – who has started to listen more and more over the years. Because what do we actually find important and which aspects are less important to us?’ But the grateful result is that a clear common thread has arisen with me and Jef – who has started to listen more and more with me in those years. Because what do we actually find important and which aspects are less important to us?’

Eureka – Ilumnia 

‘While researching, disassembling, experimenting and trying to improve the various floating prototypes, one of the drivers being worked on at the time had a cone flipped upside down. Suddenly the realization came that such a unit actually emits even better sound in this way?! Of course you always know something like that subconsciously, but it just surprised me that it sounded so good and especially how incredibly spacious it managed to perform. One of the special features for our current LEMS (Linear Excursion Motor System) driver was thus born. We had now been building prototypes for three years. After several long brainstorming sessions and earlier prototypes, we decided in 2013 to really get to work on it. But then what? Because having ideas is of course one, but to actually get a really flawlessly working model on a larger scale is a completely different matter. The bottom line is that we discovered, among other things, that just turning the cone around was not enough. We wanted more, which also came from listening to many different speaker systems over the years. This includes horns and the typically extremely fast magnetostats and electrostats. So it should be an inverted dynamic loudspeaker unit with the speed and expressiveness of the principles just mentioned, with maximum linearity and minimum distortion.’ which also resulted from listening to many different loudspeaker systems in the years before. This includes horns and the typically extremely fast magnetostats and electrostats. So it should be an inverted dynamic loudspeaker unit with the speed and expressiveness of the principles just mentioned, with maximum linearity and minimum distortion.’ which also resulted from listening to many different loudspeaker systems in the years before. This includes horns and the typically extremely fast magnetostats and electrostats. So it should be an inverted dynamic loudspeaker unit with the speed and expressiveness of the principles just mentioned, with maximum linearity and minimum distortion.’

The origin of the LEMS driver 

Jef: ‘Due to my day-to-day work in advanced electrical engineering, I am usually well versed in aspects that are technically feasible and which are not. But certain design aspects of the LEMS driver proved so difficult to overcome for a long time that I almost threw in the towel at one point. In particular, achieving and realizing the extremely narrow tolerance with which the cone without a rolled edge should be as ‘airtight’ as possible was a crime. Still, after seriously hundreds (!) of further prototypes, we finally managed to make a driver that we believe is truly unique and that really delivers on its promise. Unique in concept as well as in the final realization. Because entirely on the basis of our own strength, we have arrived at a loudspeaker unit that consists of a fully adjustable chassis that can be accurately calibrated, in which the paper cone can float completely freely in the magnetic field of an electromagnet. And by completely free I mean completely free. So without the spider and rolled edge always necessary for this type. Parts that always add the typical inertia, distortion and non-linearities to the reproduction of any traditional driver. It is also very easy to spot. Especially because we all subconsciously experience that every conventional speaker system needs a certain volume level to play well. If you set it very softly, the music will no longer come out well and only when it is turned up louder does the acoustic picture suddenly fall into place. But this problem also arises on the other side of the volume spectrum. Because the moment you start playing very loudly, the playback slows down gradually or even abruptly. Dynamic contrasts are then increasingly limited and the music is less obvious and even audibly distorted if the level is too loud. Again, it is the voice coil and roll edge that hinder the cone from making a linear deflection to the end of their range.’ Dynamic contrasts are then increasingly limited and the music is less obvious and even audibly distorted if the level is too loud. Again, it is the voice coil and roll edge that hinder the cone from making a linear deflection to the end of their range.’ Dynamic contrasts are then increasingly limited and the music is less obvious and even audibly distorted if the level is too loud. Again, it is the voice coil and roll edge that hinder the cone from making a linear deflection to the end of their range.’

LEMS power supply  

‘As you know, both our Vocalis monitor and the floorstanding Ilumnia Magister mk 2 to be discussed here are equipped with an electromagnet. A choice that has to do with the way in which we believe that a cone should ideally behave. To achieve this, the LEMS driver is equipped with two coils. The first serves to make the cone float freely, while the second converts the music signal into the necessary movement. The beauty of this double approach is that it also allows the control of the cone (only with the Magister) to be set in a unique way with a rotary control on the front of the separate power supply supplied as standard. With the Vocalis, this power supply is built into the speaker cabinet itself and it is not possible to choose other modes. Back now again to the Master, where, using the separate power supply, the power and therefore control of the suspension can be set in 5 positions. How useful this is becomes apparent when you use different amplifiers. For example, with a solid-sounding transistor design, position three can be a good starting point, while for tube amplifiers up to 300B models, for example, position four or even the highest position five can be chosen. The power supply is connected to the mains and connected to each loudspeaker box by means of a balanced long cable’ Tom takes over the virtual baton again when he continues with: ‘Another important aspect is the omnidirectional or rather radiating character.’ How useful this is becomes apparent when you use different amplifiers. For example, with a solid-sounding transistor design, position three can be a good starting point, while for tube amplifiers up to 300B models, for example, position four or even the highest position five can be chosen. The power supply is connected to the mains and connected to each loudspeaker box by means of a balanced long cable’ Tom takes over the virtual baton again when he continues with: ‘Another important aspect is the omnidirectional or rather radiating character.’ How useful this is becomes apparent when you use different amplifiers. For example, with a solid-sounding transistor design, position three can be a good starting point, while for tube amplifiers up to 300B models, for example, position four or even the highest position five can be chosen. The power supply is connected to the mains and connected to each loudspeaker box by means of a balanced long cable’ Tom takes over the virtual baton again when he continues with: ‘Another important aspect is the omnidirectional or rather radiating character.’ while for tube amps up to 300B models, for example, level four or even the highest level five can be selected. The power supply is connected to the mains and connected to each loudspeaker box by means of a balanced long cable’ Tom takes over the virtual baton again when he continues with: ‘Another important aspect is the omnidirectional or rather radiating character.’ while for tube amps up to 300B models, for example, level four or even the highest level five can be selected. The power supply is connected to the mains and connected to each loudspeaker box by means of a balanced long cable’ Tom takes over the virtual baton again when he continues with: ‘Another important aspect is the omnidirectional or rather radiating character.’

Omnidirectional LEMS driver with direct beam tweeter 

‘In my design listening room I mainly have direct-radiating models from (too) many different brands. But why was the all-round principle chosen for the Ilumnia models? As I mentioned earlier in this story, I have found that a cone loudspeaker unit may perform even better if it radiates the other way around. The traditional hollow shape then becomes more of a pyramidal shape and especially when you lay it down flat, a beautiful spatial presentation is created. Of course, Jef and I also experimented with a tweeter that radiates more indirectly, but we found that to be unsuccessful. The tweeter of our two models has therefore become conventional direct-radiating and is based on a Scanspeak ring radiator that we modified ourselves. The tweeter is housed in its own streamlined, solid aluminum housing. A construction that consists of two parts and in which the inner and outer casing are separated from each other by a rubber decoupling. In order to optimally connect the all-round LEMS driver to this and because we aim for a point source setup, we have put a lot of work into achieving the correct angle of the latter unit. Eventually we arrived at an angle of 9 degrees. This eliminates the typical disadvantages of round radiators and combines the advantages without introducing new disadvantages of their own.’ In order to optimally connect the all-round LEMS driver to this and because we aim for a point source setup, we have put a lot of work into achieving the correct angle of the latter unit. Eventually we arrived at an angle of 9 degrees. This eliminates the typical disadvantages of round radiators and combines the advantages without introducing new disadvantages of their own.’ In order to optimally connect the all-round LEMS driver to this and because we aim for a point source setup, we have put a lot of work into achieving the correct angle of the latter unit. Eventually we arrived at an angle of 9 degrees. This eliminates the typical disadvantages of round radiators and combines the advantages without introducing new disadvantages of their own.’

Cabinet construction… Ilumnia Magister mk 2

‘For the last three aspects, which are also important, I will discuss the cabinet construction and our aim to attune each Ilumnia in the layer as closely as possible to the space where it will eventually be installed at the customer’s. Although you would probably think or possibly hope, both the metal and woodwork are unfortunately not of Belgian origin. The beautifully shaped aluminum parts are manufactured according to our specification in the remote, but nowadays quality-conscious, Asia. They have been very good at this type of work for many years now, and very importantly, the large, heavy and massive parts still remain somewhat affordable. We have engaged a specialized Dutch company for the cosmetic final finish and the realization of the particularly small tolerances necessary for us. There is only one company that is capable of this and does not even do anything else for many other companies on a daily basis. The cabinet, which we regard as beautiful, is also a genuine piece of craftsmanship. Dutch handicraft using marine grade birch plywood of the highest quality. This cabinet is then milled into rings with the greatest precision by an advanced CNC milling machine and, as the last step, manually assembled. Even the bass ports are milled and so no plastic pipes. Because a lot is possible with CNC, the design of the cabinet consists of convex and concave sides that are also milled asymmetrically on the inside. As a result, standing waves no longer stand a chance and it also contributes to the unique, completely free Ilumnia character.’ The cabinet, which we regard as beautiful, is also a genuine piece of craftsmanship. Dutch handicraft using marine grade birch plywood of the highest quality. This cabinet is then milled into rings with the greatest precision by an advanced CNC milling machine and, as the last step, manually assembled. Even the bass ports are milled and so no plastic pipes. Because a lot is possible with CNC, the design of the cabinet consists of convex and concave sides that are also milled asymmetrically on the inside. As a result, standing waves no longer stand a chance and it also contributes to the unique, completely free Ilumnia character.’ The cabinet, which we regard as beautiful, is also a genuine piece of craftsmanship. Dutch handicraft using marine grade birch plywood of the highest quality. This cabinet is then milled into rings with the greatest precision by an advanced CNC milling machine and, as the last step, manually assembled. Even the bass ports are milled and so no plastic pipes. Because a lot is possible with CNC, the design of the cabinet consists of convex and concave sides that are also milled asymmetrically on the inside. As a result, standing waves no longer stand a chance and it also contributes to the unique, completely free Ilumnia character.’ This cabinet is then milled into rings with the greatest precision by an advanced CNC milling machine and, as the last step, manually assembled. Even the bass ports are milled and so no plastic pipes. Because a lot is possible with CNC, the design of the cabinet consists of convex and concave sides that are also milled asymmetrically on the inside. As a result, standing waves no longer stand a chance and it also contributes to the unique, completely free Ilumnia character.’ This cabinet is then milled into rings with the greatest precision by an advanced CNC milling machine and, as the last step, it is assembled manually. Even the bass ports are milled and so no plastic pipes. Because a lot is possible with CNC, the design of the cabinet consists of convex and concave sides that are also milled asymmetrically on the inside. As a result, standing waves no longer stand a chance and it also contributes to the unique, completely free Ilumnia character.’

Ilumnia Magister mk 2

Bass tuning… 

Jef: ‘With the Ilumnia Magister mk 2 version of the Magister, we decided to offer more extensive integration options for the layer. We have therefore not equipped the speakers with one (at the front) placed bass reflex port, but with three! A principle that is applied to more loudspeakers in the high price segment and ensures that the Magister can integrate better in the selected place in the room in a much more subtle way. We will discuss this in detail in the supplied manual. But the bottom line is that using the foam plugs supplied as standard, the bass ports can be blocked or opened as needed.’

…and mid and high fine tuning     

Tom: ‘As Jef already mentioned, all-round reproducers have unique aspects. These can be very beautiful and even irresistible when set up correctly. But since loudspeakers can often not be set up completely free from the walls, we have gone even further, just like with the bass tuning, in fine-tuning the midrange and high range. In addition to the bi-wiring connections, there are also two rotary controls on the back of the Magister loudspeakers. The ‘mid-high’ control covers the range from 400 Hz to 10 kHz, where that region can be boosted or cut in five steps totaling 1.5 dB. The second control is for the range above 10 kHz and can be changed plus or minus 3 dB.’ To round off the overall picture, the Magister with 98 cm high, 25 cm wide, 48 cm deep and 33 kg weight, living room-friendly dimensions. Both the top and bottom are finished with beautifully stylized solid aluminum panels and the sensitivity of this two-way system is 88 dB. The LEMS driver towering over the loudspeakers like a true art object has a 20 cm

large cone of impregnated paper. The tweeter contains a silk dome that measures 2.54 cm. The impedance is a (tube) friendly 8 Ohm and the specified frequency range runs in a real room (so no dead room measurement) from 37 Hz to 25 kHz. Finally, the supplied power supply for the LEMS driver measures 34 cm wide by 9 cm high and is 24 cm deep and has a weight of 4 kg.

Preparation  

It’s very coincidental, but after many years of living exclusively with direct-radiating speakers, I recently had two beautiful all-round challengers in the listening room exactly one after the other. The first was the special and technologically very advanced Dutch Veddan Atom creation by designer André Kamperman. While now also with the Ilumnia Magister mk 2 a very different and innovative loudspeaker concept makes an appearance. In order to deepen the qualities as much as possible, I not only experimented a lot with the placement, but again I made use of a whole range of sources and amplifiers. The former are the Grimm MU1 music server with Mola Mola Tambaqui DAC, Moon 680D Streaming DSD DAC with Mind 2 streaming module and an Aqua Diva mk 2 CD drive. In the field of amplifiers, in addition to my reference Zanden 6000, the Trafomatic Rhapsody and Moon 700i V2 are also performing. In terms of cabling, this time I welcome the three very special new models from the new AudioQuest Mythical creature series, namely the Thunderbird, Firebird and Dragon. But also the Dutch Siltech with its equally beautiful Classic Legend 880 models does not go unnoticed and convincingly complements my core cable core of Nirvana, Kemp and Essential Audio Tools.

Setup 

I don’t know about you, but the first thing that always strikes me with (partly) omnidirectional loudspeakers, together with the more pronounced spatial impression, is the often somewhat diffuse reproduction. You can experience this as pleasant or possibly less pleasant, but the fact is that the difference with directly radiating reproducers is always unmistakable. But just like with the other aspects of these loudspeakers, the endless (audible) experimentation of the brothers pays off here too. First of all let’s get started with the placement. My underground listening room was fitted with special acoustic stucco many years ago. A fact that has to do with my wish not to screw in loudspeakers too much if possible. I think a lifelike 3D stage is very important to be able to enjoy music without a noticeable hi-fi feeling. The key question now is how reproducers that radiate all the way around will react. Well, luckily that’s not too bad. Because it is immediately apparent that with the direct-radiating tweeter and the LEMS driver placed at an angle of 9 degrees, a well-chosen compromise between direct and indirect sound has indeed been achieved. Fortunately, there is indeed a credible focus and outline of the recorded musical instruments here, while the increase in feeling and spaciousness desired by Ilumnia can be observed. With all three amps used, I find position four (out of five) of the LEMS driver power supply that controls magnetic field control/damping gives me the most balanced result. If I lower it, the looseness increases a bit, but also quickly lacks some layer control. If I then set it to position five, the display suddenly appears a bit more compact and closed. But your home situation can of course give a different result, so experimenting yourself (or having the importer coordinated) is always a requirement here.

Review: Ilumnia Magister mk 2 Loudspeakers- Listen 

A different speaker system ensures a different sound at all times. That’s a truth like a cow isn’t it? However, there also appears to be such a thing as a better and more natural end result. By that I mean that speakers that are really well designed and listened to by trained ears during development can often have remarkable similarities. So after my own Master reference speakers and a pair of Estelon YB mk 2 staying here recently, the Ilumnia Magister mk 2 is also remarkably strong in what I call the ‘naturally breathing angle’. Of course there are clear differences and each of these mighty three has its own package of pluses and minuses. But music that is familiar to me is immediately recognizable as such from the very first moment. The next aspect that I pay attention to, are the advantages or perhaps disadvantages of the LEMS driver. To investigate this, I start to play extra softly and indeed this special loudspeaker unit is remarkably similar to an electrostat or magnetostat. So what I perceive is that typically light-footed, massless rendering that lacks any form of mechanical or artificial transfer. In other words, call it self-evident or communicative, but the fact is that this reacts remarkably differently than with traditional dynamic systems. The integration with the highs is also excellent and overall it is clearly a successful emulation of the point source principle. Of course I also looked up the other end of the volume spectrum. Depending on the choice of music, I eventually walked there with dynamically very exciting music that also contained loud deep lows, at a certain point, however, against the mechanical limitations of this concept. I then heard a clear ‘clack’ and that turned out to be the cone that ran against its (secured) end stop. Nothing can break and reducing the volume a bit immediately restored the compression-free character. But it is good to know that the maximum load capacity of the fully uninhibited playing LEMS driver is less far and loud than we have become accustomed to with a traditional design.

The solution       

Fortunately, the solution is close at hand, because for anyone who likes to play loud, deep low or a higher volume level because music can be experienced so nicely physically, there is a matching Ilumnia subwoofer in the making. A design that will be on the market in the not too distant future, which will relieve the LEMS driver and, according to Jef, will have a unique inaudible transition with maximum integration. So you don’t have the well-known issues of hearing such an extra bass speaker separately. But let’s not dwell on this only minor shadow side that is not important to most of us. Because in daily practice, the Ilumnia Magister mk 2 loudspeakers turn out to be real omnivores. Classic is of course beautiful due to the very beautifully layered 3D space panorama and the natural tonal balance. Singer/songwriter music appears to be able to evoke an above-average text experience, texture of the acoustic guitars and profound emotions. Pop draws my attention to the excellently conveyed timing abilities, driving rhythms and musical turns. Last but not least jazz creates a feast of subtleties, textures and exciting mutual interactions. In short, this LEMS driver, together with the beautifully integrated Scanspeak tweeter, is an extremely interesting and wonderfully expressive loudspeaker to listen to. The attention remains completely intact, no matter how softly or loudly you play. With a correct setting and possible combination of the three bass ports, the bass is also both sonorous and nice and busy and pure and well defined. Although the obvious way of playing resembles an electrostatic or magnetostat, the lows and mids clearly have the power and impact of a real high-end speaker system. Beautiful and definitely catchy.

Ilumnia Magister mk 2 For whom   

Then the key question. Because who do I ultimately see as the target group for these beautiful sculptures? Although I think that as a buyer and listener you should dare to think a bit ‘out of the box’ for these speakers, despite the impressive novelties they are also remarkably versatile everyone’s friends. So real musical omnivores who, in addition to some extra attention in placement and tuning, can draw the listener into the music above average. In addition, they are also very well and beautifully finished and because of their special appearance, they are even possible classics of tomorrow! In fact, in my opinion, the visual picture is so successful that they are not even inferior to what I call ‘the Italian global benchmark’. So Ilumnia is also a brand for (very) critical people who, in addition to ‘liberating musical values’,

Conclusion  Ilumnia Magister mk 2

Scandinavian sobriety, American/Japanese innovation and Italian grandeur and style in a single design from Belgium? Yes, because these Ilumnia Magister mk 2 loudspeakers turn out to be an extremely successful symbiosis of all these properties. In fact, Tom and Jef Nuyts have even put the entire international loudspeaker world on display with their cleverly designed LEMS driver. Because, despite decades of development time, many large companies have still not really made any progress, these two have actually achieved the impossible with their own developed LEMS driver. If you would also like to get acquainted with this special concept with your own eyes and ears, you can make a listening appointment in the showroom of the Dutch importer in ‘s-Hertogenbosch in Brabant. Or, if you wish, even experience in your own living environment what this IIlumnia Magister mk 2 could mean for your own living enjoyment and music enjoyment. A shining example for anyone who values ​​lifelike music reproduction and great enjoyment.

Price of Ilumnia Magister mk 2

Ilumnia Magister mk 2 including LEMS driver voiding: € 23,550 per pair

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