Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - Photos

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Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - Photo Profile

Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar
Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar. Images provided by Martin Logan

To start this photo look at Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar is a triple view of the unit.

Starting on top is a front view of the Motion Vision as it looks in operation with the speaker grill on.

The middle photo shows the Motion Vision with the speaker grill removed. The speaker complement shown includes Three 1 x 1.4-inch Folded Motion Transducers with 5.25 x 1.75 diaphragms, as well as Four 4-inch speakers with fiber cones. Each speaker is paired with its own amplifier, for a total of seven. Combined output is 100 Watts continuous or 200 watts peak.

Also shown in the “grill off” photo, is the front panel menu display screen, which is the rectangle located just above the center motion folded tweeter.

NOTE: The removed speaker grill is for illustration purposes only - do not remove the speaker grill as any user-caused damage to the grill, speakers, or other revealed components will invalidate the warranty.

For more detailed information on the specifications of the Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar, refer to my previous Product Profile and/or Full Review.

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Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - Included Accessories

Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - Included Accessories
Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - Included Accessories. Photo © Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a look at the accessories and documentation included with the Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar.

The documentation includes the wall-mount template, the user guide, a product registration card, and quick setup guide.

The provided accessories shown also include (from left to right) a cleaning cloth, wall mounting bracket, remote control, detachable power cord, 3.5mm-to-RCA connection adapter cable, ​RCA audio cable, and Digital Optical cable.

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Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - Controls

Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - On-Board Controls
Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - On-Board Controls. Photo © Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a close-up photo of the top panel controls of Motion Vision, which located just above the center mounted menu display.

These buttons provide basic operation for the sound bar. The button on the left side can be used to power on the unit, and pressing the left and right buttons will select the input source.

The top and bottom buttons are used for adjusting the sound bar volume.

Proceed to the next photo for a look at the provided remote control, which accesses these, and additional control functions.

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Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - Rear Connections

Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - Rear Connections
Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - Rear Connections. Photo © Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a look at the connections provided on the rear of the Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar.

Starting on the left side is a set of analog stereo line inputs, followed by a sub out (this for connection to powered subwoofer). Next is a coaxial digital audio input, as well as two digital optical audio inputs. Finally, on the right side is the AC power receptacle (detachable power cord provided).

It must be noted that the Motion Vision also has a built-in SWT-2 wireless transmitter for use with compatible Martin Logan wireless subwoofers, such as the Dynamo 700w (read review)

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Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - Remote Control

Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - Remote Control
Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar - Remote Control. Photo © Robert Silva - Licensed to About.com

Here is a look at the remote control provided with Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar.

As you can see the remote is a small credit-card sized unit that is very convenient but also can be easily misplaced or lost.

Starting with the top row are Power, Menu, and Mute buttons, followed on the second row with three sound listening modes (Night-lowers bass output in relation to the midrange and highs, Normal, and Bass+.

Moving down the remote are volume (up/down arrows) and Prev/Next (left/right arrows). When the Menu button is pressed, all four buttons also provide navigation of the menu features, and the left/right arrows also provide input selection.

Some of menu functions include: Subwoofer (wired/wireless selection), Bass Level, Surround/Stereo modes, Installation Optimization(wall or shelf), Display brightness, Source Naming, Learning Functions, and Reset to factory defaults.

More Info

The design and features of the Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar provide a convenient way to get a quality audio experience from a single combined speaker/amplifier unit without the hassle of a multi-speaker audio system. The Motion Vision is very stylish and can be mounted on a wall or shelf below or above a TV. The sound bar can also be used alone, or in combination with either a wired or compatible wireless subwoofer.

However, the main thing that makes the Motion Vision stand out from a typical sound bar is the implementation of Martin Logan’s cutting-edge Folded Motion Tweeter technology which provides stronger output and wide dispersion with greatly reduced high-frequency distortion issues that a traditional tweeter.

For additional explanation and perspective of the features and performance of the Martin Logan Motion Vision Sound Bar, read my Review.

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