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#67 - 05/24/01 10:59 AM ax 1.5

hi, I currenltly have 4 axiom speakers (model ax-1.5 ) but I cant find any reviews on the internet for those set of speakers.

Is there a big sound difference between the ax1.5 and the mt3i speakers?any ideas?

note: I also have a axiom center speaker and a big PSB sub. They are all hooked up to a pioneer vsx-606 5x100w


#68 - 05/27/01 10:19 AM Re: ax 1.5
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The AX 1.5 had quite a few reviews in its day, but that day was prior to the internet. They won the Sound & Vision Critics Choice Award 3 years running. The M3 is the replacement for the AX 1.5 in our new line of products, both being 6 1/2" two-way designs. Though the design philosophy is the same for both models, the M3s have many improved characteristics about their performance.

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