Originally Posted by gtpsuper24
I guess when you have zero basic comprehension on speaker design and whats good and whats bad, then I guess you would think its illogical.
Again, you fail to understand the point - or are doing it on purpose. You have an illogical obsession that is driving your jihad against a Axiom. I suppose it is your self professed zero basic comprehension on speaker design and whats good and whats bad that is making you act this way.
Great way to keep it to yourself. I'm sure there probably would have been a few that would have known that if the Denon receiver they were thinking about blows the CPU board that it will cost as much as the entire receiver. Could have been some useful info had you shared it in a few Denon "what to buy receiver threads". Would have been useful info to base there purchase decision on and weight their options before plunking down several thousand dollars on a receiver.
Everyone knows that if the main processor board of their receiver dies the receiver will not work properly. That is common knowledge, akin to knowing that if your microwave propagator dies in your microwave oven your microwave will not work properly. Did you know that a brand new microwave costs around the same as that one part?
I told the guy that the Axiom speakers are in perfect working order as they were intended too and that i'm moving on to better speakers. He got a helluva deal too. $400 for 7 Axiom speakers mint V2 in black oak vinyl. VP150s are going for almost that much on Ebay and Axioms "auction" site. He got M22s and 2 pairs of M2s included.
Then you did the same thing that Axiom did, welcome to being that which you hate. Actually, you did something worse. Axiom believes their speakers are good when they sell them. You sold something you believe is terrible without telling the buyer - you scammed him, took him money, and ran. You feel so much hatred for Axiom and feel their speakers are so terrible, but not terrible enough to make you not take money from someone for them. Pretty lame.