Mingus series
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The Mingus series was created to bridge the gap between Coltrane and Heritage, combining crossover and driver technology from the former with design sensibilities that made both series so successful.

Mingus was the first production speaker that Marten created. We reinvented the model into a series, keeping the spirit of the original, but with two decades of design iteration in hand.

Standing astride two iconic series, Mingus proves worthy of both and leads current product design.

The flagship Coltrane series came to the stage in 2003, establishing Marten as a major player in the high end market, winning many awards along the way.

Coltrane has always led innovation and pushed technology at Marten. It was the first to use Cell drivers by Accuton and the first order crossover we have become famous for. The first order crossover creates absolute perfect time and phase coherence; flawless time coincidence has incredibly low distortion, even at high levels.

The Coltrane series the ultimate reference in sound reproduction, with extreme clarity, speed and resolution; it’s uncannily musical even at low volume.

Mingus

Orchestra

The crown jewel of the Mingus series offers the strength and clarity of 51mm and 20mm Diamond drivers, in a beautifully formed Mingus cabinet.

  • 4-way
  • First order crossover
  • Two Diamond drivers
  • Jorma Design cables
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Mingus

Twenty

This model was created to celebrate Two decades of Marten, using the finest technology and materials. Limited edition of 20.

  • 3-way bass reflex
  • First order crossover
  • Cell drivers

Mingus

Quintet

Originally conceived as a Heritage model, it quickly became apparent that Mingus Quintet was much more. More powerful; more luxurious. Destined to form a series, Mingus Quintet effortlessly balances power, control and elegance.

  • 3-way bass reflex
  • First order crossover
  • Cell drivers
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