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Seven Tips to Make Speakers Sound Better
The only thing better than getting new speakers? Making yoru existing speakers sound even better! Check out these tips for stereo, home theater, seating and the room itself.
By Andrew Welker
Center Speaker Placement Part 2

Here's another tip to improving your center channel performance to get better dialog: a totally free, easy-to-do one minute center channel speaker hack.

By Andrew Welker
Two Hacks For Clearer Dialog: Tune In Your Center Speakers For TV

Center channel: a speaker that doesn't get much respect, but one that does a lot of heavy lifting, especially with today's soundtracks. If you're looking to improve your TV's sound, check out our latest video.

By Andrew Welker
Best Songs to Test Speakers

If you watched any of our speaker setup videos that talk about placement in regular rooms, in odd-shaped rooms, toe-in, and all those other aspects of setting up your speakers, you’ve heard me refer to using certain setup or test tracks. One thing that I haven’t done is gone through some of the albums that I use when I’m setting up a pair of speakers in a new room. It’s a wide variety of different types of music.

By Andrew Welker
Separates or Integrated Amps?
Separate amplifier and processor? That's just for quirky audiophiles, right? Maybe not . . . Andrew Welker explains why movie lovers and classical music aficionados might want to go that route, too.
By Andrew Welker
Remodelling Home Theater
There’s no better project to transform that unfinished basement space in your home than remodelling home theater. With a bit of energy, that dull empty space can be refashioned into a comfortable audio-video room dedicated to watching your favorite movies, sports broadcasts and TV programs in Dolby Digital 5.
By Alan Lofft
Renovating Home Theater - AxiomAudio
If you are contemplating renovating home theater and utilizing that unfinished basement space or perhaps a dormer-type space with slanting walls above a garage, there are a number of factors to consider besides the home theater dimensions.
By Alan Lofft
Tips: Surround Height
When it comes to determining at what height the main surround speakers should be mounted, “above ear level and to the sides of the listening area” goes only so far. Because each Axiom QS8 or QS4 uses four drivers, for a total of eight, they are remarkably forgiving of less than perfect placement, in part because there is lots of multi-directional energy being radiated into the room.
By Alan Lofft
How to optimize subwoofer levels
It's confusing. In most home-theatre setups, your Dolby Digital/dts A/V Receiver has a menu for setting the levels of all your speakers, including an adjustment for the Low Frequency Effects (LFE) channel.
By Alan Lofft
Tips: Stands For Speakers
A visitor to the Axiom message boards was recently contemplating sawing a chunk out of his 24-inch wooden stands in order to “get the tweeters of his M22ti bookshelf speakers exactly at ear level.
By Alan Lofft
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