А сколько же им надо подводимой мощности?
Не нашел нигде упоминания мощности в характеристиках, но нашел несколько мнений:
"On to the issue of power. Audiophiles have spread the rumor that Maggies need 200 w/ch. There’s nothing wrong with using that much power. I love them with the Emo XPA2G3 amp (300×2, $1000). But there are many applications where you don’t need anywhere near that much horse power.. In fact, my favorite integrated amp for $900 is the NAD C368 (80×2). It has a big, warm sound. And you can buy a companion amp later and run bridged- to get even more out of any speaker, especially the revealing Maggies."
"To sound their best, the .7 speakers must be partnered with a high-quality integrated amplifier, perhaps an NAD, a Rotel, or the one I used for a lot of this review, the Peachtree Nova65SE amp. The .7, like every other Magnepan I've tested is fussy about placement. It sounds best only when it's three or more feet away from the wall behind it, but the .7 is light enough to be easily pushed up against the wall when you're not listening. It's a 4-ohm speaker, available with aluminum, cherry, natural, or black hardwood side trim; with off-white, black, or gray fabric grilles.
The .7 sounded better and better as I upgraded amps from the Peachtree Nova65SE to the Bel Canto REF500S, and then to the Pass Labs XA100.5 amps; the differences were improved solidity and body to the sound. Treble details were clearer, the bass went deeper and was fuller. Still, the basic character of the sound is consistent across all of the amps. One of my audiophile pals is getting great results with his .7 speakers with the affordably priced Rogue Sphinx integrated amplifier I reviewed here in 2014."