MartinLogan - April 16, 2012
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Following testing, every MartinLogan speaker is . . .
. . . visually inspected for defects or damage and . . .
. . . then cleaned by hand.
After cleaning, final components such as grille covers and top caps are then put into place.
Before boxing, a custom-cut, protective cover is applied and . . .
. . . then the speaker is bagged and surrounded by foam.
The speakers are boxed standing up and . . .
. . . then strapped . . .
. . . and placed on a pallet to await shipping.
The massive CLX goes through the same process, but . . .
. . . placing it in the box is a five-person job with the speaker lying horizontally to ensure . . .
. . . no damage occurs.
After the CLX is laid inside, the rest of the packaging is also put inside along with accessories, and . . .
. . . then the box is closed up and ready for strapping and shipping. MartinLogan's production, testing, cleaning, and packaging processes are some of the most hands-on and labor-intensive that we've ever seen!
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