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June 29, 2009

Axiom Introduces the EP800 DSP Subwoofer

Filed under: What's New — Tags: , , , — Amie C @ 8:09 am

The massive EP800 Powered Subwoofer redefines low, low bass.The Epicenter EP800 is Axiom’s definitive DSP subwoofer and may set a new world standard for ultra-smooth, deep bass extension.

This monster of a subwoofer stands nearly 4 feet tall, and has astonishing output levels, probing the depths of infrasonic response to a remarkable 13 Hz (anechoic), even to 12 Hz in a room!

With 800 watts of power, the EP800 uses two massive 12-inc dual voice-coil drivers running in parallel, producing bass is so low and powerful you’ll have to invite all the neighbors over when you watch a movie.

 

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A Powerful New Stereo Amplifier Joins The Line Up At Axiom

Filed under: What's New — Tags: , , — Amie C @ 8:00 am

The Axiom A1400-2 Digital Amplifier:  A groundbreaking new design.Speculation about a 2-channel stereo version of Axiom’s eight-channel A1400-8 1400-watt digital power amplifier has been growing ever since the A1400-8 was first introduced.

The wait is over, and now the Axiom A1400-2 stereo power amp is available. Its power output is enormous: 350 watts per channel into 8 ohm loads!

The new stereo A1400 is essentially unclippable.

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June 1, 2009

What is HD Radio?

Filed under: Question of the Month — Tags: , , — Alan @ 12:24 pm

Q. I’m familiar with HDTV and satellite radio, but I keep hearing about HD Radio. What is it? – G.S.

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Going to 7.1-Channel Surround Sound

Filed under: Audio Knowledge — Tags: , , — Alan @ 11:59 am

Almost everyone loves surround sound, (except for an eccentric actor whom I know who actually prefers mono!) and what’s not to love? Our ears are on each side of our head, canted forward, but we hear sounds from every direction with almost equal precision. For that reason multi-channel sound reproduction is intrinsically more realistic and believable. But how many surround speakers are required to present a plausible illusion of the real thing?

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