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.
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.
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
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)
Customizable Face Plates
3U Zone Control Amp With Customized Wooden Faceplate