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October 29, 2010

Home Theater Pictures: The Axiom Wall’O'Fame

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Welcome to our new and improved Wall’O'Fame! See all our customer pictures, comment on them, ask questions, or post your own. Have you got a great home theater set up? Send us your home theater pictures to grace the Axiom Wall’o'Fame and share your home theater pics with the world!

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    • Dale Rasco
      October 13, 2011 at 7:57 am

      Absolutely phenomenal looking room!

    • November 3, 2011 at 10:12 am

      Dale or Amie,

      Do we have details as to how he built his VP180 stand? I have the same situation with my subs below the 180, which is now resting on the subs. I need to get the VP180 higher below my screen…

      Thanks Randy

    • Dale Rasco
      November 3, 2011 at 10:55 am

      I had a local company fabricate a couple of brackets for me that I mounted to the stud. Then I bought I piece of lumber and cut and finished it to a size of 42″ wide and 22″ deep for the shelf. I painted the brackets and the shelf a flat black so as not to reflect the light from the projector and that is all there was to it. I an going to send a drawing of the design to Amie so maybe she can send it to you and I’ll take a picture of it this evening and pass it along as well. If you go to a fabrication shop they will probably have the raw materials as extra scrap. You just have to make sure that the weight capacity for each bracket is at least as much as the total weight of the VP180. For my brackets they bent two pieces of flatbar steel that were 3″ wide and .5″ thick. The bend wasn’t a complete 90 degree angle as that would have affected the strength of the bracket, but the curve is hidden under the shelf anyway. It works great for me.

    • Mark
      November 23, 2011 at 5:37 pm

      Hi,
      This pic is my place. The VP150 is just sitting on a built in shelf in this case. There were no brackets or mounting hardware required. I know the center channel is supposed to be closer to the TV, and I might try placing it there (vertically) to see how it sounds. In general, the addition of the VP 150 definitely did add a missing element for dialogue in shows, movies. I think I still need to play with the settings to tweak the system. Overall, although the M22′s are “bookshelf” speakers — they put out a lot of sound, even in a room with high ceilings like this! A good quality audio system puts a smile on your face everytime you listen to music! Eventually, these components will likely go in the basement in a home theatre area, and I’ll have to pick up the surrounds (probably QS8′s to round out the system). Very happy with the Axiom products though.

    • Carl Evans
      November 24, 2011 at 11:19 am

      I love the cabinet that you have your speaker and equipment in. I have been looking for one like this ever since I bought my VP150. Were you able to buy it or did you have to make it.

    • Philippe
      November 27, 2011 at 7:09 pm

      Hi guys and thank for the warm comment. First of all about the VP150 stand is one i made myself with an aluminium top plate 4″x17″ relay by 2 metal cylinder. The cabinet is from Ikea.

    • Philippe
      November 27, 2011 at 7:10 pm

      Hi guys and thanks for the warm comment. First of all about the VP150 stand is one i made myself with an aluminium top plate 4″x17″ relay by 2 metal cylinder. The cabinet is from Ikea.

    • April 27, 2012 at 5:13 pm

      Another great installation by Jeff Beam, Unlimited Home Theater! Jeff writes: "Jeff Clark loves his new Axiom M22 On Walls and EP175. It rattles the windows. We replaced his old display with a new Samsung 59D8000 plasma panel and added a receiver to give two channel audio. That's all he wanted. He just told me to do what I likeā€¦ Well, I like Axiom. The T-bracket makes installation the easiest there is. And even when having difficult fishing to do we get r done." Looks beautiful!

    • Steve
      June 27, 2012 at 9:14 am

      Why are there no pictures of hidden in-wall speakers? I’ve only seen the on-wall variety.

    • Michael Pompey
      August 23, 2012 at 11:22 pm

      Jeff, what state do you live in? I like those chairs where did you get them? It may be time to upgrade my Ikea Poangs in my room.

    • September 7, 2012 at 9:44 pm

      Some pretty awesome set ups!

    • Bon Jeffry Padilla
      June 13, 2013 at 11:07 pm

      Very nice!

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