Selecting Your Home Theater
Andrew talks about the sound properties of solid wood vs manufactured wood, and what you should look for if great sound is your number one priority.
Wondering how to choose the right tower speakers for you in the Axiom line up? What's the difference between the M60, M80, and M100 tower speakers, and what's the right time to use an LFR omnidirectional speaker instead?
If you've been following Axiom Audio for a while, or you're an existing customer, no doubt you're familiar with our surround speakers. But over the past couple of weeks, I've had a number of questions from people that are looking at our products and are not customers yet. And there's a bunch of really good questions about our surround speakers.
Soundbar or speaker? Which is the one to use? Now, given the fact that you're interested in the answer to that question is a great thing because it means that you're looking at improving your television sound quality.
Pictured above, the M2 bookshelf speakers for home in Cherry wood with a clear finish. It can be confusing, we know - how do you know which are the best speakers for home use? Are there characteristics about the best speakers for home stereo which are distinct from those that are best for home theater? In a word, no! The best speakers for any use around your house will share the same key traits: The sound will be neutral - not 'warm' or 'mellow' or 'soft' - what you really want is 'accurate'.