Building an M80 Floorstanding Speaker: A Look at What's Inside
Most people only ever see the outside of their loudspeakers, and that's probably a good thing! But if you've ever wondered what goes into building a loudspeaker, then this video will walk you through the inner workings of an M80 Floorstanding Speaker.
Get "The Skinny" on Designing Omnidirectional Loudspeakers
Okay, I admit it's the skinniest video ever made! But you try to get these speakers in a frame with Axiom's Andrew Welker, who designed the Omnidirectional LFR1100s together with Ian Colquhoun.
Angled Backs: What's Happening Behind the LFR1100?
The Angled Back on the LFR Speaker
Another thing has had my curiousity piqued about the LFR1100 omnidirectional speaker .
Designing the LFR1100's Audio DSP: What Does That Thing Do, Anyway?
I recently spent a lot of time with the new LFR1100 omnidirectional speakers, and something had me curious.
New Review! Axiom M3 Bookshelf Speakers
Vermont Maple M3 Bookshelf Speakers
Home Theater Hi Fi Reviewer Greg Z has just finished his review of the Axiom M3 v3 Bookshelf Speakers in our Vermont Maple custom vinyl finish.
Maximum RMS power of M80s?
Q. I am planning on adding a pair of M80s to my system. What is the maximum RMS power that they will handle? The web site states that the minimum and maximum amplifier power for the M80 is 10 watts and 400 watts, respectively.
Directional Speakers or Omnidirectional Speakers? Why Put Drivers On the Back of the New Speaker?
I managed to find a quiet minute with Axiom Audio Engineer Andrew Welker at Montreal's Salon Son Et Image, and asked him to explain to me, in laywoman's terms, why he put drivers on the back of the speaker.