What Is the Best Way to Audition Loudspeakers?
There's nothing worse than hearing a pair of speakers in a controlled listening environment with damping and whatnot and then bringing the speaker home and having it sound nothing like what you heard.
3 Reasons Why You Should Try Neutral Speakers
Don't discount neutral speakers. Many audiophile speakers are neutral and engineered with measurements in mind.
What Is a Crossover?
Crossover is often mentioned in loudspeakers but what exactly is it and why do we need it? Here's a simple and quick guide.
Loudspeaker Measurements: How Important Are Speaker Measurements?
We’ve talked with Doug Schneider, founder of SoundStage Network, about the importance of loudspeaker measurements.
Speaker Measurements Vs. Subjective Speaker Reviews: Which One Is Better?
Some people disregard speaker measurements and build their setup solely based on a reviewer's recommendations. But is this the best way? We dive into the importance of both reviews and measurements.
How to Secure and Stabilize Floor-Standing Speakers
There are some pretty simple solutions that you can use to secure and stabilize floor-standing speakers. And this is regardless of your loudspeakers’ manufacturer or brand.
Are You Getting Hi-Res Audio?
Andrew Welker gives you things to watch out for in the playback chain to make sure you get high resolution music.
Your Center Channel Speaker Questions Answered
Andrew answers some common questions about Center Channel Speakers and gives you some must-not-dos to help you get the best sound from your system.
How To Choose the Best Tower Speakers For Your Listening Tastes
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?
Advice for Beginner Audiophiles
So you've decided you want to become an audiophile or get into the audio hobby. That's a wonderful thing. But there are a lot of pitfalls particularly today where we get so much of our information online. So I'd like to share some suggestions and some things that I would recommend totally avoiding if you're just starting out with your first good audio system.