Vermont Maple M3 Bookshelf Speakers
Home Theater Hi Fi Reviewer Greg Z has just finished his review of the Axiom M3 v3 Bookshelf Speakers in our Vermont Maple custom vinyl finish.
Clean, neutral, low coloration, great dynamics, and in the case of the M3 a truly â€śnaturalâ€ť and realistic midrange thatâ€™s the next best thing to being there. At $350 for the pair you are getting some serious value for your bookshelf. With a sub these speakers will even work well as primary speakers for HT use – they have the legs to handle it. You are also getting a product backed up by a process of measurement and continuous evolution as well as a level of dedication to perfecting a that works in the lab and translates to the real world.
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Wow – the latest review of the Epic 80-800 is out and it’s hot-hot-hot!
SoundStageExperience Reviewer Vince Hanada declared “This system gets my highest recommendation.”
We got a big grin out of his description of the EP800 subwoofer: “Another no-compromise, damn-the-torpedoes Axiom design.”
Read the whole review and find out what he thought of the new VP180 center channelÂ here.
Epic 80 800 Home Theater Speaker System in Black Oak
As I write this, the first day of spring has arrived in the Northeast and yet light snow is falling. So, until spring-like temperatures and glorious weather have truly arrived, this is a good time to do a check-up of your entire AV system.
In a corny paraphrase of a Neil Young album title from my youth, Dust Never Sleeps. Itâ€™s amazing the dust build-up on DLP, LCD or plasma flat screens, which lowers image brightness and contrast. In my experience, a soft, dry lint-free cloth is best for removing it. Any dampened cloth will leave streaks and I avoid using special screen-cleaning kits flogged by various manufacturers. If youâ€™re still labouring with an old CRT tube set, the electrostatic attraction of the picture tube face will have attracted a patina of grime in as little as a week. Log in
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