It seems many here are very loyal to Axiom's objective philosphy of establishing the connection between technical measurements and real listeners’ impressions of the products in double blind testing. For the most part this message board is very objective.
I think the majority of us would be singing a different tune (maybe even a few of us would have purchased them), if Ninja would have established any sort of connection with Axiom. Either getting the "o.k" with Axiom during R&D phase of the crossover, creating some sort of partnership (being able to advertise M22 crossover) on their website, or even sending the crossover for measurements and DB testing.
Considering the fact Ninja is profiting off using the design/r&d of the M22 loudspeaker, I thought it was strange about the whole patent thing. Anyways, I think one of the above would have helped market his product better.
Edited by Dr.House (11/14/08 02:31 PM)
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