It is a very exciting week at Axiom. Over the past few years we have been working on a number of major improvements to our entire line. Announcing the official launch of Version Three!
Version 3 brings some major improvements to the sound quality of every model along with some pretty cool cosmetic changes. The changes that affect the performance of the products began being incorporated about one year ago (longer for some of the woofers) and were completed on all models a few months ago. As of a few weeks ago the cosmetic changes were incorporated into our manufacturing and our website is being updated to reflect these changes. Log in
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Audioholics has just posted Gene DellaSala’s report from his recent visit to Axiom.
DellSala underwent extensive double-blind listening tests while at Axiom in June, and has written a report based on his findings of the testing methodology, and of Axiom’s rigorous research and development.
It may seem trivial to praise a company for always striving to make their next generation products better, but I can tell you with experience this isn’t always the case, especially with large publicly traded companies that care more about profit margins than appeasing diehard audiophiles and enthusiasts. Think of the Axiom Blind Test as a scientific path towards making better speakers.
– Gene DellaSala, Audioholics.com
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Today’s earthquake, centered in Ontario, Canada, and felt across several states and provinces, prompted investigative audio journalist Gene DellaSala of Audioholics.com to contact Axiom.
DellaSala wanted to know if Axiom’s new EP800, also centered in Ontario, was responsible for the quake. “Was Ian testing the new EP800 at too high an SPL level?” he demanded.
Reports of the speaker company creating their own earthquake subwoofer were quickly denied by Axiom and several staff members were sent home.