So when the music stops and all is almost said and done, where do the Axiom’s land? Let me say this, I for some reason thought these were $600 speakers. When I checked the price again I was blown away to find out they were $348, especially when considering their performance. The M3v3 do most of what a great speaker should. They present a large and open image, linear reproduction of sound, offer a good amount of detail, and be as transparent as the speaker can be. They are certainly worth auditioning. Especially if you are looking for speakers that will bring spring time to your winter.
For my personal taste I enjoyed the pairing of the M3v3 with the warmer Van Alstine OmegaStar250EX solid state amplifier. I found it provide slightly more body to the low end while rolling off some of the air in the high end. But really the point is that for $348 you can get a speaker that is transparent enough to let you tweak the sound till your ears are satisfied. And that is a real achievement.
For your time and money I’d say the Axiom M3v3 speakers are very much worth auditioning, and certainly worth purchasing if they do it for you.
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