M&K

The Total Home Cinema Speaker Solution
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The M&K journey began in 1973, when Walter Becker of Steely Dan commissioned M&K Sound to design a studio reference subwoofer and monitoring system for the Pretzel Logic LP mixing sessions. The result was the world’s first balanced dual-drive subwoofer and Pretzel Logic went on to become a million-selling Top Ten hit and one of Rolling Stone magazine’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

While other manufacturers were building coffin-sized boxes, M&K led the way into the future with the world’s first satellite/subwoofer system, David & Goliath in 1976. The following year, M&K Sound introduced the Volkswoofer, the world’s first subwoofer with a built-in, dedicated power amplifier.

As a company founded equally on professional recording and High End home entertainment, M&K Sound design loudspeakers to sound inherently right, to be universal tools, equally adept with any style of music or movie soundtrack, in stereo or surround. The fundamental rightness of their products breaks down the barriers that otherwise exist between professional and consumer audio, as they create loudspeakers free from the analytical brutality of studio monitors that make listening feel like work and equally free from the euphonic colorations of most domestic speakers that introduce a homogenized sameness to recorded sound, veiling details that are so essential to any rich, finely woven sonic tapestry.

At Grahams we demonstrate and install their M and 150 series loudspeakers in home systems where a compact solution is important without sacrifcing impact and dynamic performance.

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