M80 In-cabinet Speakers
Our customers demanded an In-cabinet version of Axiom's flagship M80 floorstanding speaker and we delivered. This M80 In-cabinet speaker is designed for the audiophile who wants it all— the detailed, thrilling M80 tower sound but wants to hide the speaker. This speaker shows off the best of what over 25 years of audio research has proven - you will be blown away by the clarity, detail and stunning dynamics this speaker will add to your listening experience. It has unprecedented tonal range, all in perfect balance: from deep low bass, clear open midrange and extended nuanced treble. You'll hear the click of the castanets, the tinkle of the triangle, and the soul-stirring reverberations of the big bass drums.
The M80 In-cabinet speaker uses the same size enclosure as our standard M80 floorstanding towers, but it is front-ported, with a slim baffle that protrudes ever so slightly from the cabinet.
The M80 In-cabinet speaker is offered in a paintable version to match any custom installation or room décor, or in a VaSSallo version with a solid, real-wood front baffle (not a veneer) that can be custom finished by a cabinet-maker to match the surrounding cabinetry in a home (Axiom will also custom-finish to order).
Get the convenience of In-cabinet built on the heritage of our flagship floorstanding M80’s!
"The Axiom M80 speakers were the stars of the show. Their effortless dynamic capability, almost liquid midrange, tight and deep bass, and their uncanny ability to disappear, had me shaking my head in disbelief. Was I really listening to a speaker of such small stature and price?" -- Ray Adkins, Audioholics.com
Dual woofers, dual midranges and twin tweeters - hear it all! That's 6 drivers in each M80 floorstanding speaker - 12 in a pair - for spectacular power handling up to 400 Watts and deep extended powerful bass. From the tight snap of a bass drum to the shimmer of brushed cymbals, the accuracy of this speaker will astound you. The M80 transforms musical recordings into live performances in your living room, and brings definitive realism to home theater.
"While the "giant-killer" tag is overused in audio reviewing, this is one speaker to which it most certainly applies." -- Doug Schneider, SoundStage.com
Jazz, classical, deep pulsing rock, or taut, tight rap - you will rediscover your music collection with the M80s. You'll hear details that used to be buried in the mix - the sound of fingers sliding up and down guitar strings, the quick breath in a jazz rendition, the completely effortless reproduction of male and female vocals that produce natural, smooth sound. The M80s create a three-dimensional soundstage with plenty of depth and width that envelop your whole room in the performance
"I loved listening to -- no, make that bathing in -- the Axiom's rich low end. That a speaker of this modest cost can produce this kind of bass is nothing short of startling." -- Jason Thorpe, SoundStage
Questions We Get All the Time
What size room do these work in?
Best For: Large rooms, great rooms and home theaters
How much power does my receiver need for these speakers?
Power Required: Home theater or stereo receivers that are compatible with four-ohm speakers; 25 to 400 watts per channel
All Axiom Tower Speakers feature:
- Titanium Tweeters
- Aluminum Woofers (and Midranges where applicable)
- Anti-Standing-Wave cabinets that suppress internal resonances which color sound
- Vortex-ported cabinets to reduce port noise
- 5-way gold-plated binding posts
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|Enclosure||Triple Vortex / Reflex|
|Max RMS Amp Wattage||400 Watts|
|Max Dynamic Amp Wattage||1600 Watts|
|Min Amp Power||10 Watts|
|Freq Resp +/-3dB (Hz)||34 - 20k|
|Freq Resp +3dB- 10dB (Hz)||28 - 20k|
|Impedance (Ohms)||4 Ohms|
|SPL in Room1w/1m(db)||94 dB|
|SPL Anechoic 1w/1m(db)||90 dB|
|X-Over||220 Hz & 1.8 kHz|
|Dimensions H W D (inches)||39.75" x 8.61" x 18"|
|Dimensions H W D (mm)||1010 x 218.8 x 458.8|
|Weight (lbs) each||56.8 lbs|
|Weight (kg) each||25.764 kgs|
|Frequency Graph||Frequency Graph|
'crystalline midrange and treble, superb sound-staging, and outstanding microdynamics.'