MartinLogan Neolith Speaker Tour Continues Thursday December 4 in New York City


The design elements of the Neolith are classic MartinLogan but with added styling.

On Thursday November 4th, MartinLogan will hold a free event to demo their new flagship loudspeaker, the Neolith in New York City.  The series of events, called “Truth in Sound,” are geared towards showcasing the new speaker.

The Neolith event will take place from 1pm – 7:30pm at Stereo Exchange at 627 Broadway New York, NY 10012.  The tour will then continue December 18th in Chicago. Full details are located at the end of the article.

If you come to the event, you can bring your own music and hear it played through the Neolith—a very cool opportunity! Come early, however, because the ability to play your own music on the new flagship speakers will be on a first-come-first-served basis.  Light snacks and a selection of hot and cold beverages will be served.

The MartinLogan Neolith Loudspeaker

The event will likewise be an opportunity to meet and talk with some of the MartinLogan team.  The “Truth in Sound” event will feature members of the MartinLogan sales, marketing and engineering team, along with Overture’s founder Terry Menacker, who will all be available to answer questions, perform demos and provide an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the intensive development process that created Neolith.

MartinLogan says that the built-to-order Neolith loudspeaker is the result of an ambitious 3-year-long development process. The Neolith combines the innovations of MartinLogan’s legendary Statement Evolution 2 loudspeaker with the iconic simplicity of the original Monolith loudspeaker.

Detail of the integrated subwoofer that forms the base (and bass) of the Neolith.  From the looks, this full range electrostatic speaker will have some serious low-end authority.

According to MartinLogan, Neolith features their largest-ever electrostatic radiating surface. MartinLogan says that the Neolith’s proprietary curvilinear electrostatic transducer delivers an enveloping 3-dimensional soundstage. Unique Controlled Dispersion Technology gives each transducer the ability to reproduce nearly the entire audio spectrum in any room.   For MartinLogan, this allows the Neolith to achieve “living sound”—revealing audio as it was originally performed.

Audio events like these are a great opportunity to demo the latest speaker designs and technologies.  The  full schedule of all the Sound in Motion events is listed below: