Subwoofer Amplifiers: Sourcing and Building a Robust Amp
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.
Understanding Subwoofer Controls or What Do All Those Things Do, Anyway?
One look at the back of a subwoofer amplifier and your first thought might very well be "Yikes! What did I sign up for?" But relax - while each knob, gizmo and switch does have its own job, it's easy to understand what they do once you hear an expert explain it to you.
Connecting A Subwoofer: What Goes Where?
Continuing in our series of videos about subwoofer setup, Axiom Engineer Andrew Welker gives us an idea of what you need to know about subwoofer connections.
Audio Troubleshooting: Subwoofers
A question on our Youtube channel this week inspired a little post to help you with audio troubleshooting subwoofers.
New EP125 Review and Certification!
The EP125 garnered the Guru3D Certified & Recommended Award!
Guru 3D has finished their review of the EP125 8-inch 125-watt Powered Home Theater Subwoofer and given it a Guru Recommended Award!
Reviewer Steven "ROBSCIX" Wall recently added the EP125 to his two-channel computer speaker system (see an earlier review of the M2 Bookshelf Speaker on Guru 3D here) and he was impressed at the musicality of the subwoofer.
Designing A Home Subwoofer At Axiom
EP500 Home Subwoofer
When you’re going for the thrill, the chill, the deep wave of primal emotion, there isn’t much that is more likely to satisfy the itch than adding a home subwoofer (or two) to your setup.
Home Theater Subwoofer Placement: A How-To and Poll
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.
Interesting Subwoofer Adaptor Question
I received an interesting question today that I thought other audio enthusiasts might be interested in:
Reader Question: What is 5.1?
Q. What does the ".1" stand for in Dolby Digital and dts multichannel surround sound?
A. The ".1" channel—and it is a separate, discreet sixth channel—handles only the lowest frequencies present in movie soundtracks or multichannel music recordings.
A/V Tip: Back to Basics in Bass
The driving rhythms of deep powerful bass in rock and pop music as well as the timpani, bass drum and double basses of an orchestra complete the bottom few octaves of humans' hearing range.