After the assembled panels have been in the vacuum-forming machine for 30 minutes, they are transferred to the final-assembly area where . . .
. . . the necessary wires are soldered into place.
They then get hooked to test equipment, and a frequency sweep is done to test for audible defects.
After successful initial testing, the electrostatic panel is placed into an aluminum-based AirFrame that holds the panel and . . .
. . . attaches to the bass cabinets that are being assembled nearby.
The required electronics are pre-tested prior to being . . .
. . . installed inside the cabinet, and . . .
. . . the woofer is mounted and . . .
. . . screwed into place.
MartinLogan's Paul Grove stands beside the world's first pair of black high-gloss Montis loudspeakers. The Montis sells for $10,000 USD per pair in standard finishes and $13,500 per pair in this finish.