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Re: Speaker placement advice - glass concern!
WornBadly #447527 10/03/23 09:07 PM
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Don't block your windows with speakers. Just...don't. Particularly since Axiom did such a nice job with the on-wall sound.


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Re: Speaker placement advice - glass concern!
WornBadly #447530 10/04/23 07:05 AM
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Thanks both for the ideas and feedback.

The suggestion of a portable speaker did give me pause for thought, but looking at the room again I suspect I'd just end up leaving it in one place anyway, so I may as well go for fixed positions.

Good tip as well to avoid the corners, and the recommendation of starting without the sub makes sense I think.

Thanks again!

Re: Speaker placement advice - glass concern!
WornBadly #447531 10/04/23 11:23 AM
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Originally Posted by WornBadly
The suggestion of a portable speaker did give me pause for thought, but looking at the room again I suspect I'd just end up leaving it in one place anyway, so I may as well go for fixed positions.

One thought on this, I bought wireless M3's and portables with the idea of being able to easily move them around. I was not concerned about them audiophile quality, just music in the background. I came to the conclusion that M3's are too difficult to drag onto the deck, but the portables (non Axiom) have become speakers that travel to many areas of the property, and beyond. For example, I take one into the garage when working there, when gardening in the yard one sits on ledge, I pair 2 for deck parties, most hotel rooms have poor audio/video for music, , so tossing one in my luggage gives me my streaming services everywhere!

Re: Speaker placement advice - glass concern!
WornBadly #447532 10/05/23 01:23 AM
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I use this and stream YT music and internet radio via BT when I don't feel like lugging around the Force or Freedom. Awesome engineering!

PRUNUS J-288 Radio AM FM Small Portable Radio Stereo Dual Speakers with Sleep Timer, Ultra-Long Antenna, Rechargeable Battery Operated, AUX Input & USB Disk & TF Card MP3 Player(Blak) https://a.co/d/0lOsp2u


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