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New axiom owner here
#317973 08/08/10 09:03 PM
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I just installed a pair of onwall/inwall m2's I believe they are called and the matching m100 center. They look so nice in my room!

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jethro #317974 08/08/10 09:22 PM
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Very nice jethro, welcome to the Axiom family!

So...how do they sound?


M80's(2), VP150, QS8's(2), M3's(4)
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jethro #317975 08/08/10 09:24 PM
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Excellent! A picture would be nice...


E = MC2 = ((2M80 + VP180 + 4QS8)/(EP800 + EP500))^(ADA1500 x D2v)
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EFalardeau #317977 08/08/10 09:29 PM
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here is a link to my HT, I do hope you enjoy it.

http://www.blu-ray.com/community/gallery.php?member=solarrdadd


SonySXRD55"
Marantz AV7702MKII pre-amp
Emotiva XPA-5,UPA-2amps,
14 Speakers, All Axiom
Oppo 105D&93
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solarrdadd #317988 08/09/10 01:13 AM
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look awesome!!

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mpyw #317991 08/09/10 01:35 AM
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Originally Posted By: mpyw
look awesome!!


thank you very much. do you have any shots of your gear? if so could you send me a link or PM it to me if you prefer; i'd love to see it.


SonySXRD55"
Marantz AV7702MKII pre-amp
Emotiva XPA-5,UPA-2amps,
14 Speakers, All Axiom
Oppo 105D&93
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jethro #318104 08/10/10 02:19 AM
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Originally Posted By: jethro
I just installed a pair of onwall/inwall m2's I believe they are called and the matching m100 center. They look so nice in my room!


So how do they sound?


I’m armed and I’m drinking. You don’t want to listen to advice from me, amigo.

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BlueJays1 #318107 08/10/10 05:55 AM
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Perhaps they were just decor?


My Stuff :

M80's
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Samsung BD-P3600
Sharp 65 Inch Aquos LCD
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Micah #318109 08/10/10 11:19 AM
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I've been a bit busy, but will share some pics and some listening impressions tonight.

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Here's the new loft room setup. I have to clean it up a bit with the wiring and drag one of my subs from the basement up there that can pressurize the room a bit better.

37" LCD
Axiom m22 inwall/onwalls for left and right
Axiom m100 for the center
Onkyo 805 receiver used as a processor
Parasound 3 channel amp for the power
Panasonic blu ray player
12" mirage subwoofer

I'm going to bring one of my a5-350 subwoofers made by elemental designs into the room to replace the mirage.

Also, I haven't calibrated the system yet whatsoever, not even by ear. I just played with the crossover and found that 100 works well with this setup.

I won't go into the sound a whole lot as the system isn't calibrated or final without the sub, but it seems to be pretty well balanced upon initial listening. Dialogue is clear, and the sound is full. One thing that I did notice is that there definitely seems to be a bit of strain at higher volumes. I probably would have bought the speakers with the bigger drivers if I had to do it again as I like my movies/music reference level if not higher than.

The rears are HTD 6.5 in ceilings.


For now, I'm completely satisfied with the purchase and the cost as I don't believe I could've found a better sounding/looking front sound stage for this particular room at the price point.

WAF is a huge factor for this setup and space is at a premium.

Nice job team Axiom.

Jethro

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