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Axiom vs. Titan

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by JohnZ, Sep 12, 2001.

  1. JohnZ

    JohnZ Agent

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    Paradigm Axiom has received good reviews. How about Titan. It is just a little bit more expensive than Axiom. I can not decide which one i will buy.
     
  2. JohnZ

    JohnZ Agent

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    Sorry I mean paradigm Atom. Not Axiom
     
  3. JohnnyN

    JohnnyN Stunt Coordinator

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    There is a good review of the Paradigm Atom in the sept/oct issue of sound & vision. These speakers are really good considering how cheap they are... if you've got a smaller room I think these speakers would be a wise choice.
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    Somebody has to pay for retail businesses to let us walk in and audition high quality equipment side by side with our own dvd's and movies. I don't mind paying a premium to support this kind of service and convenience, I wish others would consider this when buying discounted b-stock merchandise from shady internet dealers.
    JKB
     
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    You may want to check the current thread on Atoms: [url=http://www.hometheaterforum.com/uub/Forum14/HTML/043604.html
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  5. Ron Reda

    Ron Reda Cinematographer

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    JohnZ,
    I'm not sure about the Titans, but I own a pair of Axiom M3Ti's and they sound great for the price. Although I use them as surrounds in a 5.1 system, I think that they would also work well as fronts (on stands of course) in a smaller system with a sub. I'm a "best bang for the buck" kinda guy and, at $200 a pair, I think the M3s fit the bill perfectly.
    The only thing is, you can't audition them unless you know someone who has a pair. Otherwise, you can order them and have 30 days to try them out and return them if you want.
    Check out Rick Radford's post. He just got his M3s maybe a week ago and posted a short review of them.
    Also, there's about a dozen or so reviews of them at Audio Review.com.
    Good luck,
    Ron
     
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