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.
In a recent post on our message boards, Message Board Member Eggman asked “Would you happen to know if Axiom makes all their speaker parts in-house? Just curious.”
It’s a great question, and it was followed up by MichaelTrottar asking “is that for a better sound quality….?”
There are two main reasons for manufacturing our own parts: sound quality and consistency.
The sound quality is achieved by having more options available to us when designing the finished product. If you are selecting your drivers from already available parts then you only have the crossover and the cabinet as variables that you can completely control in the design process.