AXIOM M2 v3 Bookshelf Speaker Review
Posted by Steven ROBSCIX Wall on: 09/15/2011 01:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
Here we can see the speakers profile is not just the standard "box" type design. Based on information from Axiom, the design is an "Anti- Standing- Wave Cabinet" that suppresses internal resonances which can add negative coloration to the sound signature.
We can also see the flawless finish on the bottom. We are getting hyped up to hear what these speakers have to offer, but patience is a virtue so a few more points to go over first!
Let's take a closer look at the build quality and a few key points on these great looking speakers.
The M2 v3's offer a 1" Titanium Tweeter that produces the high frequency information present in your audio signal. The tweeter is fastened using high quality hex bolts in each corner.
The M2 v3's offer a 5.25" Aluminum Woofer, the woofer is used to produce the lower bass
Information present in your audio signal. We can also see the high quality hex bolt fastener in each corner of the woofer.
The tuned port, offers even lower bass production. The ports dimensions dictate at what frequency the internal air volume will vibrate. This port will produce lower tones then what is available from the woofer. This is a "Vortex" port varies in design from the tradition tuned port in that this design helps eliminate port based noise production.
Today in the Guru3D Audio Lab we have a new set of AXIOM M2 v3 bookshelf speakers to run through our lab. With the new flagship cards such as the Essence series, CL Titanium HD and the Auzentech offerings, putting out great sound, you also need great playback equipment for excellent sound. Your speakers are just as important as your sound source and as the saying goes; your chain is only as strong as your weakest link.