This is an ideal subwoofer to extend bass response with any of our bookshelf speakers - great for music or home theater. Adding a subwoofer allows you to feel the driving impact of deep bass - the bottommost notes of a grand piano, bass drums, timpani . . . you'll love how full your music sounds with the addition of the EP125.
"The EP125 didn't honk or squawk or hang too long on a single note like a lot of other inexpensive subwoofers. What it contributed to the sound -- a firm footing for most music -- was quite welcome." -- Kevin Hunt, Goodsound.com
Axiom's seamless cabinetry makes this a handsome subwoofer whose small stature disappears into most rooms. The unusual ribbed Vortex port allows air to escape the subwoofer silently, increasing the bass output you can get from this remarkably small cabinet. The dual-port configuration is a very efficient design.
The EP125 comes with anti-resonance rubber feet or you can choose optional custom metal spikes at no extra charge by clicking on Customize Yours. These feet ensure that the speaker stays put while the rest of the room vibrates around it! Perfect for small to medium rooms.
Questions We Get All the Time
What size room does this work in?
Best For: Small living rooms, dens, bedrooms
All Axiom non-DSP Subwoofers feature:
- Aluminum Woofers
- Vortex Porting
- Powered Built-In Amplifier
- Adjustable Crossover
- Phase Switch
- Output Level Control
- Line Level and Speaker Level Inputs
- Line Level Output
- Trigger In and Out
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|Freq Resp +/-3dB (Hz)||30 - 150|
|Dimensions H W D (inches)||14.5 x 13 x 17|
|Dimensions H W D (mm)||368 x 335 x 430|
|Power Watts Continuous RMS||200|
|Power Watts Peak Dynamic||500|
|Crossover Adjust Positions||2|
|Low Frequency Response to -10dB Hz||26|
|Max SPL Anechoic||102|
|Max SPL In-room||112|
|Line In and Out||Yes|
|Balanced In and Out||No|
|High Level In||Yes|
|Weight in Pounds||36|
|Weight in Kilos||16|
|Die Cast Woofer Basket||Yes|
|DSP Amplitude Response Control||No|
|0 & 180 Phase Adjust||Yes|
|Frequency Graph||Frequency Graph|
'Imagine my surprise when the EP125 kept making some noise all the way down to 25Hz!'
The EP125 sub impressed us with its seemingly effortless ability to produce clean, clear, accurate bass that doesn't muddy or blanket the rest of the spectrum while performing at relatively high volumes. . . we easily give this product our recommended award.
The M2 and EP125 make a superb combination in a small room system... the M2 is a legend in the making.
I was impressed with both subs and particularly impressed with the EP125. I honestly expected it to struggle, rattle, chuff, and bottom out at the listening levels I was using. It is a testament to Axiom Audio's commitment to quality that their least expensive offering is clearly well designed.
The EP125 is a relatively small subwoofer but it produced respectably low bass notes. Numerous helicopter scenes in this movie effectively placed me close to the action . . . I not only heard but felt the low registers in these sequences.