M5HP Bookshelf Speakers
The mission: get all the attributes of a full-sized floorstanding speaker in a compact cabinet. The M5 Bookshelf Speaker is our highest-powered stereo and home theater speaker, using the proprietary HP 6.5-inch drivers that were developed for the award-winning LFR Omnidirectional Speakers.
It's power taken to the extreme: 1.5"-inch voice coils, with lower distortion and higher excursion than any other drivers. The result? A 3-way flagship speaker with a better, more linear presentation made possible by the wider dispersion of the smaller, dedicated midrange driver.
Why a 3-way design? Traditional compact speakers have a tweeter that crosses directly over to a woofer. These two drivers carry all high, mid and low frequency range. When you have a 3-way design, high, midrange and low frequencies are carried discretely by drivers dedicated to the task meaning there is lots of power for midrange sounds like voices and mid-range instruments.
Wider dispersion and a better, more linear family of curves mean you'll be thrilled by the most accurate presentation of your audio recordings.
Questions We Get All the Time
What size room do these work in?
Best For: Medium to large-sized rooms.
How much power does my receiver need for these speakers?
Will work best with a large receiver or separate power amp.
Where can I place these speakers?>
Stand mounting, wall mounting or (very sturdy) shelf placement.
All Axiom Bookshelf Speakers feature:
- Titanium tweeters
- Aluminum woofers
- 5-way gold-plated binding posts accept banana plugs, pins, bare-wire connections and spade lugs
- Vortex-ported cabinets to reduce port noise
- Anti-Standing-Wave cabinets that suppress internal resonances which color sound
- Comes equipped with a fitting that accepts Axiom's Full Metal Bracket for wall mounting.
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|Enclosure||Reflex / Vortex|
|Max RMS Amp Wattage||300 Watts|
|Max Dynamic Amp Wattage||1200 Watts|
|Min Amp Power||10 Watts|
|Freq Resp +/-3dB (Hz)||45 Hz- 20 kHz|
|Freq Resp +3dB- 10dB (Hz)||30 Hz - 20 kHz|
|SPL in Room1w/1m(db)||91 dB|
|SPL Anechoic 1w/1m(db)||87 dB|
|X-Over||250 Hz & 2 kHz|
|Woofer||Single 6.5" HP|
|Dimensions H W D (inches)||19" x 9.3" x 10.5"|
|Dimensions H W D (mm)||483 x 236 x 267|
|Weight (lbs) each||26|
|Weight (kg) each||12|
|Frequency Graph||Frequency Graph|
|Impedance Graph||Impedance Graph|
The M5HPs’ outstanding clarity was evident with everything I played through them. . . Through the Axioms, “General Patton” had a strong low end that was actually articulate -- the quality of the bass wasn’t masked by the quantity of bass. The speakers sounded full, and made plenty of impact, but did so even as their sound remained crystal clear and apparently effortless.