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April 24, 2015

Insider’s Sneak Peek: AxiomAeris

Filed under: News,Research — Ian Colquhoun @ 9:14 am

As some of you know we have been working on a new direction for a wireless speaker for the past 3 years. It is getting very close to being finished now so I thought a little first peek would be in order. The following “first-draft” video of our new AxiomAeris speaker system gives a lot of insight into the direction we are headed. In the next newsletter we will have a functional version of the interface for you to check out.


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Thanks to Don Tapscott, Futurist and Hammond B3 Player; Stephen Stanley, Singer Songwriter, formerly of Lowest of the Low, Andrew Welker, Lead Engineer and Vinyl Aficionado and Vlad Muller, Industrial Designer.

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March 11, 2015

Axiom’s New Computer Speakers

Filed under: Uncategorized — Amie C @ 11:19 am

Axiom High Powered Computer Speakers - Pre Order Sale On Now!Today we have some pretty exciting news: we are introducing our new computer speaker line!

Ian: For those of you who remember the Audiobyte, it was a 3 inch, two-way with a separate amplifier and a separate subwoofer.

The Speakers:

Like the Audiobyte system, it uses our 75-watt-per-channel amplifier, so it’s very powerful for this category of product.

Also available in the line up is the M2-based version which is a 5.25-inch based speaker and the M3-based version which is a 6.5-inch based system.

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October 28, 2014

Blind Listening Tests

Filed under: AV question — Amie C @ 12:12 pm

Ian Colquhoun and Andrew Welker are in the Axiom Blind Listening Test room for the first in a series of videos – maybe four or five – on the topic of blind listening tests and their importance to acoustic research. We’ll also focus particularly on when it is important that a test is done blind as opposed to sighted.

Ian: I thought I’d start with just a bit of a history of how I was introduced to double-blind listening tests. It dates back to the early 80s when I first arrived at the National Research Council (NRC). They had a room set up there for the purpose of conducting double-blind research testing. They’d been doing it for quite a few years and gathering data on questions like

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September 24, 2014

Sneak Peek into Axiom’s Current Research and Development

Filed under: News — Tags: , , , — Andrew Welker @ 2:13 pm

We have some exciting new additions to the Axiom Electronics lineup. As many of you remember, about two years ago we launched a very successful series of amplifiers that are configurable from 2 to 8 different channels.

We’ve had a lot of requests from customers who are moving back to stereo speaker setups (partially I think because when we introduced the LFR1100, many people started to listen to music in stereo again, and really enjoyed that set up)

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