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#143594 - 07/17/06 03:37 PM Re: M50 - User Review - (long) ***** [Re: alan]
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Actually, all the Axiom speakers use identical tweeters--the 1-inch titanium dome tweeter has been standard on the M3, M22, M50, M60, M80, and M2 for years.



My error Alan.
Ken and i were just discussing this. I recall the changeout on the QS4 to the QS8 tweeter, but for the life of me i cannot remember the tweeter history for the M3/40/50 lineup.
Brain cloud day.

Correct me if i'm wrong but didn't the M40s only use the older tweeter design?


Edited by chesseroo (07/17/06 03:38 PM)
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#143595 - 07/17/06 04:19 PM Re: M50 - User Review - (long) [Re: chesseroo]
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Question already answered.
Where in blazes is my head today?
Peter, any clues?
I figure you have a response already prepared for such statements.
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#143596 - 07/17/06 04:31 PM Re: M50 - User Review - (long) [Re: chesseroo]
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Depending on the size of your room, separation between the M50s, only a single M3 would be required. In choosing the M3 over the M2 in this situation you will have the better timbre matching as the M3 shares the same tweeter as the M50.




Silly me.

I just assumed you meant to say "the same woofer"!

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#143597 - 07/17/06 04:36 PM Re: M50 - User Review - (long) [Re: F107plus5]
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Silly me.

I just assumed you meant to say "the same woofer"!



Afraid not.
My head was forgetfully back in the past.
Been out of the forum reading for obviously way too long, missing all the little nuances.
Who are you again?

I like the new forum options though. Putting members on ignore, ranking threads, new tags, smilies, colours.


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#143598 - 07/17/06 04:42 PM Re: M50 - User Review - (long) [Re: chesseroo]
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What new forums? These have been like this for years.







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#143599 - 07/17/06 09:35 PM Re: M50 - User Review - (long) [Re: Ken.C]
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.....and years!!

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