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    Hi Brian,

    I just registered to this forum to see what information you might have about your MCM .7 speakers.

    I just acquired a pair and they quickly became my mains. Surprisingly good sound quality.

    I couldn't find any information anywhere about the maker or the specifics about the speaker itself.

    Mine can be bi-amped. Have 1" tweets and an 8" woofer. Almost the same sand filled stands (as your photo) and the same solid wood caps. The cabinets are cross braced with a rear port.

    If you still have any documentation I would love to get a PDF.

    I appreciate any help or answers you might be able to provide.

    Thank you,
    Ian
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Audio System
Music Server(s):
Repurposed HP Envy13 Laptop w/ Windows 7 Pro
Music Server Operating System:
Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit)
Preferred Digital Interface(s):
USB, S/PDIF Coaxial (RCA), Ethernet (UPnP/DLNA), Wireless
Digital to Analog Converter(s):
Peachtree Audio DAC-iT
Digital to Digital Converter:
No longer use it, but have a Musical Fidelity V-Link.
Preamplifier:
David Hafler DH-110 upgraded by Joe Curcio in 2013 (some reconfiguration, polypropylene capacitors, re-biased input and output stages, etc). Also available: Home-built passive.
Amplifier(s):
1961 Dynaco Stereo 70 updated with Curcio ASM-3U driver board (triode fully direct coupled cascode design), polypropylene capacitors, individual tube DC bias adjustments, modern quad capacitor replacement board, fully rewired with Teflon wire, ceramic tube sockets, running vintage Sylvania EL-34 output tubes and mystery 6922 driver tubes. Using tube-based recitification. Also available: lightly modified Hafler 220 solid state.
Loudspeakers:
MCM Systems .7 Monitors
Interconnects:
Mostly homebuilt single-end grounded QED Audio Products cable. Pre to Power are 9 metre Blue Jeans Cable LC-1 cables.
Loudspeaker Cables:
This is a bit embarassing, but I've tried others and really like the sound of my 5 metre ... "Monster Cable High Resolution Precision Stranded 'Time Correct' Speaker Cable with Magnetic Flux Tube and LPE Dielectric." (their name: not mine.)
Power Cables:
stock
Remote Control(s):
iPod Touch, iPad and iPhone
Remote Control Apps:
iTunes Remote
Headphones:
Home: High-end Sennheiser something-or-others.
Airplanes: Etymotic ER6i with custom molded ear pieces.
Portable Player(s):
Really old iPod Nano (which I love).
iHome iW1 AirPlay Wireless Stereo Speaker System (not audiophile but battery powered and great when I'm working in the garage or some weird corner of the house).
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Location:
San Francisco Bay Area

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Peachtree Audio DAC-iT, Dynaco Stereo 70 Amp w/ Curcio triode cascode conversion, MCM Systems .7 Monitors

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Audio System
Music Server(s):
Repurposed HP Envy13 Laptop w/ Windows 7 Pro
Music Server Operating System:
Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit)
Preferred Digital Interface(s):
USB, S/PDIF Coaxial (RCA), Ethernet (UPnP/DLNA), Wireless
Digital to Analog Converter(s):
Peachtree Audio DAC-iT
Digital to Digital Converter:
No longer use it, but have a Musical Fidelity V-Link.
Preamplifier:
David Hafler DH-110 upgraded by Joe Curcio in 2013 (some reconfiguration, polypropylene capacitors, re-biased input and output stages, etc). Also available: Home-built passive.
Amplifier(s):
1961 Dynaco Stereo 70 updated with Curcio ASM-3U driver board (triode fully direct coupled cascode design), polypropylene capacitors, individual tube DC bias adjustments, modern quad capacitor replacement board, fully rewired with Teflon wire, ceramic tube sockets, running vintage Sylvania EL-34 output tubes and mystery 6922 driver tubes. Using tube-based recitification. Also available: lightly modified Hafler 220 solid state.
Loudspeakers:
MCM Systems .7 Monitors
Interconnects:
Mostly homebuilt single-end grounded QED Audio Products cable. Pre to Power are 9 metre Blue Jeans Cable LC-1 cables.
Loudspeaker Cables:
This is a bit embarassing, but I've tried others and really like the sound of my 5 metre ... "Monster Cable High Resolution Precision Stranded 'Time Correct' Speaker Cable with Magnetic Flux Tube and LPE Dielectric." (their name: not mine.)
Power Cables:
stock
Remote Control(s):
iPod Touch, iPad and iPhone
Remote Control Apps:
iTunes Remote
Headphones:
Home: High-end Sennheiser something-or-others.
Airplanes: Etymotic ER6i with custom molded ear pieces.
Portable Player(s):
Really old iPod Nano (which I love).
iHome iW1 AirPlay Wireless Stereo Speaker System (not audiophile but battery powered and great when I'm working in the garage or some weird corner of the house).
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