If you’re of a certain age, you probably remember him: the guy with the dorm room all tricked out with the latest hi-fi system: a vinyl collection to rival a radio station, enormous wooden speakers with brown grilles, and of course, the massive record player, possibly even hanging from the ceiling on chains to avoid any needle-jumping when the party really got started.
Today’s generation of MP3-based music users don’t have that experience. Somehow, docking their highly-compressed music in a $29.99 all-in-one player doesn’t give the same feel of something mystical and magical happening. The music coming out of those players is frequently distorted and almost always altered in unmusical ways. Log in
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Check out the latest M3 bookshelf speaker review at About.com.
Reviewer Gary Altunian writes “While they belted out a good country tune, they also behaved with finesse in Ana Caram’s performance of ‘Meditation’ from Chesky Records ‘Rio After Dark’ disc. The piano, her delicate voice and other instruments sounded very detailed and clean with good center imaging.”
Read the full bookshelf speaker review here!
Expanding our popular line of in-wall audiophile-quality speakers that virtually disappear within a room, Axiom is proud to announce the arrival of the M3 in-wall speaker and the VP100 in-wall center speaker, perfectly tuned for medium-sized media rooms, living rooms, dens, and bedrooms.
Building from the exceptional M3 bookshelves, the $330 in-wall M3 offers the same detail and imaging, producing the kind of sound that lets you feel a soundtrack, not just hear it. This is an all-around speaker and an excellent choice if you are starting your home theater off without a subwoofer. Log in
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