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.
Our article on dual subs resulted in the obvious question: what is the ideal dual subwoofer placement? What other considerations are there when you add a second (or multiple) subw to your system?
Who needs two subwoofers? What do more subs do to the overall sound of your music or home theater system? If you've been troubled by not enough bass, or surprisingly if you have too much bass, you might want to take a look at adding a second sub. Andrew explains why.
The Axiom Audio LFR-1100 Active Loudspeaker System: How I learned to stop reviewing speakers and start reviewing the source quality.
We often receive great comments and reviews from our customers, but when forum member Craigsub went to the effort to write us about his background in audio and detailed his experiences with the Axiom LFR1100 Actives, we just had to share! - Andrew
You've heard the acronym but what is it exactly? What is a DAC, do you already have one, or do you need one? Could a better one improve your audio experience - even create the ultimate gaming set up? Andrew defines a DAC and talks about when you should considering upgrading for computer or headphone listening.
During a recent email conversation with Lex, I discovered his serious passion for cinema with superb video and audio quality. After continuing the discussion and digging deeper into the details, I was sent some wonderful photos of this DIY home theater project. Amazed by the quality of the entire system, and his background as a professional film projectionist, I thought it would be worth sharing with the greater Axiom community for inspiration! - Andrew
The definitive guide to surround speaker placement: 5.1 channel, 7.1 channel, Dolby atmos, height channels, side channels, rear effects channels . . . What's the optimal location for these speakers?
Continuing our series on home theater system tips and tricks that you can use, and many of them are free, we're going to talk today about subwoofers, a very, very important part of any home theater system. Because those big low-frequency effects and explosions and things, I mean, they really wouldn't be what they are without a good subwoofer in the system.