Relax, there are some simple tips that can help steer you in the right direction. By looking at these three tips, you’ll be armed with the information you need to buy the best home theater speakers that meet your requirements and budget:Log in
August 11, 2011
August 9, 2011
Most of us understand that the subwoofer in a home theater system takes over the job of producing much of the deep bass energy from the other speakers in the system. “Deep bass energy” is defined as the deepest bass from 100 Hz down to almost subterranean frequencies of 20 Hz or lower.
But to be able to hear and thrill to those powerful bass frequencies depends a lot on the home theater subwoofer placement in the room. This occurs because the subwoofer interacts with the actual dimensions of any given room, creating zones of very powerful bass contrasted with areas where you’ll hear little or no bass. You may have noticed this if you walk around the room while deep bass is playing.Log in
August 5, 2011
Looking for the best speakers for home theater? First, ignore the myth often perpetuated on the internet that there are speakers that are “best for music” and others that are “best for home theater.” The best speakers for home theater are the ones that are great with music; that is, they’re transparent and natural-sounding.Log in
July 18, 2011
More and more of our customers are selecting wall speakers home theater speaker options, rather than traditional bookshelf or floorstanding speakers. What’s available and how do they look?
1. In-Wall / On-Wall Speakers: These are the original Axiom hybrid model. The back sits recessed into your wall, creating a very solid connection that pets and children can’t move off no matter how hard they try!
They take advantage of our innovative bracket to lock the speaker into place.
The recessed bucket uses the wall’s natural properties to reinforce bass output, giving you deeper bass than a traditional on-wall design.Log in