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January 22, 2014

Speaker Placement Series Part 1

Filed under: Audio Knowledge — Tags: , , — Andrew Welker @ 2:09 pm

Today we’re going to start a series of videos that covers the basics of loudspeaker placement and set up, and it’s going to be heavily driven by your input and questions that you have. On our forums under the “What’s New” section, you’ll see a thread that I started a few days ago that asks for input on what questions that you want answered, no matter how simple: we really want to cover off topics that you’re interested in or wondering about. Please post any suggestions there, or in the comments below. (Note: please pardon the sound of the dust collector in the background – hazard of having our offices attached to our factory!)

Today we’re going to start off with some basics of bookshelves and center channels. One of the biggest mistakes people make when they place a bookshelf speaker or center channel on a shelf is that they bury them in the cabinet. A lot of times this is for aesthetic reasons, but acoustically it’s pretty much one of the worst things that you can do.

What will happen with a speaker even an inch or two behind the front edge of the shelf, it will create reflections that will muffle the sound or destroy the image. You’ll get a very colored sound quality from your center channel or your bookshelf speaker.

What you want to do is make sure the speaker is sitting as flush as possible or proud of the front edge of the shelf in the cabinet. This will give you far better acoustic performance.

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January 28, 2009

The M2 Bookshelf Speaker Won EnjoyTheMusic’s Budget Monitor Loudspeaker Shootout!

M2 wins budget bookshelf speaker shootout! Even though it was the least expensive of the group, it still managed to wow EnjoyTheMusic. Reviewer Clarke Robinson said:

“If it’s not already, the M2v2 should be considered a classic… Axiom has knocked this one clear out of the park… they get my highest recommendation.”

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