The speaker is front-ported in the bottom and is crossed over at 3.5 kHz with a second-order filter.
The M6 BTL is active with 2.4GHz aptX streaming capability and four directwired and digital inputs.
The speaker is wireless and has a powerful, 60W, class-AB amplifier built-in.
The M-6 TTL is a slimline tower loudspeaker, for all the world like any other slimline tower at first glance, save for a little LED and an inset into the top panel of the left loudspeaker. At the rear, one speaker has a small amplifier stage built into it, while the right slaves to the left through a single speaker cable. The normal scheme with a loudspeaker of this kind of price and expectation might be to use them with a Class D amplifier design, but that’s not how Scansonic works. Instead, the master speaker sports a 2x 60W Class AB amplifier. The system also comes with a learning remote control.
The M-6 BTL throws out a really big soundstage, with plenty of depth and width, but not much height. These is an excellent sense of scale, too; this system doesn’t increase or decrease that scale depending on the music played, and it tends to make everything just seem big, but on the other hand, that does make music sound impressive, something few similar systems manage! In fairness, the Naim Mu-so has a similarly impressive sound, but the M-6 BTL is more conventionally impressive, and produces a far more realistic sense of soundstage. In fact, the level of precision within that soundstage shows the quality of this system in absolute terms.
Mint condition with box.