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September 5, 2010

A/V Question of the Month: VP180 Port Distance From Wall?

Q. I read on the Axiom forums that the M80’s can be placed as close as 2 inches from the back wall. I’m hoping the same is true for your new VP180 centre speaker (this is important to me as the room I have has an angling bulkhead, which means I would need to mount the projector screen on the ceiling fairly close to the wall). Can you please comment on how close the 17-inch-deep centre channel should be placed from the wall? —B.P

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July 5, 2010

Redefining The Center Channel: Axiom’s Research Lab Releases the VP180

Filed under: What's New — Tags: , , , — Alan @ 12:10 am

At Axiom, we’ve been researching different driver arrays and enclosure designs for center channel speakers, following up with double-blind listening tests, and we’re now ready to announce the new VP180, a definitive no-compromise center channel that delivers the same extended deep bass, tonal neutrality and spatial transparency as Axiom’s critically acclaimed M80 and M60 tower speakers.

VP180 Center Channel with Dual Custom Aluminum Stands

VP180 Center Channel with Dual Custom Aluminum Stands

The VP180 uses six drivers: two 6.5-inch aluminum-cone woofers, two 5.25-inch aluminum midranges, and two 1-inch titanium dome tweeters in a horizontal array arrived at after months of listening tests to music and dialogue program sources, on- and off-axis.

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