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Improving Axioms
#354497 09/11/11 05:19 PM
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If Axiom were to improve their speakers, what improvements would you suggest?


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Re: Improving Axioms
Sarang #354498 09/11/11 06:29 PM
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Free dancing girls with every pair of M80s? grin


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fredk #354499 09/11/11 06:33 PM
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OK, serious answer is I don't know exactly. Improving the sound is something that probably consumes most of Ian's time and I suspect gains in this area don't come easily, or possibly without cost.

Axiom could spend money on updating the styling, but that again comes at a cost.

If you add those two together you get something like Paragdigms Signature line. Look at the cost there.


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Adrian #354501 09/11/11 06:36 PM
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Oooooh! Good idea. That way when you duct tape them into your bigrig ...


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fredk #354503 09/11/11 06:39 PM
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I was thinking of an icebox/door on the back of the M80, what do you think?


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Adrian #354504 09/11/11 06:42 PM
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Ok....enuff frivolity!


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Adrian #354506 09/11/11 07:59 PM
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Great question Sarang.
It used to be that people wanted real wood options, and look, we've had that now for a little while. Just goes to show that Axiom listens to the customer base and future suggestions. I don't know what they should do different. They offer a wide product line, with a bunch of finishes, and the design is solid sonically, so only minor tweaks are made to the design. I think that the biggest thing that I've heard or thought is the physical design of the cabinets *could* be updated a little bit, but that would probably cost more too.

For me, I like them as is. :-)


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nickbuol #354510 09/11/11 09:07 PM
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SirQuack #354512 09/11/11 09:31 PM
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I know, I know......

On/in wall M80's. Maybe not sound as good as the floorstanders, but it they could get more of that low to midbass than the M22 on/in wall without the shrillness I've experienced from the on/wall M22. It just might be a weiner...

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