It happens every year, doesn’t it? You get asked what you want for the holidays and your mind goes blank. Deer-in-headlights looks ensue, followed by a sheepish shrug, and then . . . the unmistakable disappointment of yet another tool or tie waiting for you . . .
Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Just print out this handy 5.1 Audiophile and Movie Buff Gift Guide, circle the one you really want, and leave it out conspicuously! You’re sure to get something you love this year.
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Andrew Welker: In this video we’re going to discuss positioning our LFR1100 omnidirectional speakers - both placement and how to wire them up; in particular, some of the settings on the DSP unit.
As many of you know the LFR1100 is omnidirectional, and that just means it radiates sound in 360 degrees – in all directions. To achieve that, there is a complement of drive units – two midranges and two tweeters – on the back. Because of that, the relative placement of the LFR1100 to the back wall, and the angle at which you’ve got it to the back wall, influences the soundstage, and the way that the sound is going to blend at the listening position. Log in
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Subwoofer amplifiers vary in weight, size, and length of warranty. What should you look for in a subwoofer amp? In this video, we tell you how we source our amp parts, according to what pieces make a difference.
Andrew Welker: Previously we’ve done a video showing you different adjustments and connections that are available on our subwoofer amplifiers. We decided today to shoot a video in the Axiom Electronic Prototyping Lab (you can see all the components behind us in the small containers). Log in
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Following up on our pieces about building a woofer, we thought we’d tell you a little bit about designing and building an Axiom Tweeter. Axiom Founder and President shows you how our current tweeters are built and some design features exclusive to Axiom Audio.
Ian Colquhoun: Today I thought we’d talk about tweeter manufacturing and driver manufacturing. It was really brought about by a post on our forums by regular Socketman, who asked if we build our own drivers, particularly the tweeter, and where we made the tweeter. So I thought I’d clarify that a bit. Log in
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