Originally Posted by gtpsuper24
Usually just extension and output is compromised. The issues with the driver layout will still be there regardless of in/on wall or full enclosure.
Wow kind of inappropriate.
I suppose you're right; however, I took your kind invitation in an older post over at Axiom to search your posts here & came up with your views on the VP150 at that time till the present, as follows:.2009-2010
- I by the way love my Axiom M22s and Vp150
- I like my VP150 i'm happy with it and no one is going to tell me that is sounds horrible, I evaluate speakers with my ears not a chart or someones option.
- I use the m22's and vp150 and its awesome for movies, although on this forum alot of people do not like Axioms they seem to be universely hated for some reason.
- Well I own the Axiom VP150 and have been very pleased with it, although a few on here even though they may not have heard it don't like it because of the 2 tweeters, but I haven't had any problems with it
- Axiom M60 towers, VP150 center, and QS8 surrounds would also be a good choice
- I own the Axiom VP150 center and its not a poor performer at all. Blends great with the M22's the only negative thing i've heard about it, is it has a hard time keeping up with the M80 tower speakers and that its grill is kinda flimsy
- I laugh everytime I read AH's reviews of anything. One minute something is the greatest thing ever the next it gets bashed on their forums.
Heres some quotes of them reviewing the Axiom system with the VP 150.
"This is as clean and balanced a center channel as I've ever listened to at this price range."-- Clint DeBoer, Audioholics.com
"The VP-150 center channel sounded very natural: male and female voices were unrestrained and blended perfectly with the rest of the speakers in the system." -- Ray Adkins, Audioholics.comThen all of a sudden in Oct 2011
- I've had my Axioms since 2007/2008 and I too because tired of them or just caught a case of upgraditis
- Yeah I have the M22s and VP150 across the front. I think I'm just interested in trying something else out, that and I'm tried of the VP150 which is starting to sound "tinny", and tough to hear dialog
- Yep I agree. I was stupid enought to buy the VP150 a few years ago and was stuck with it until recently. Horrible center channel, you have to be dead center with it pointed right at you to hear dialog, anything off to the sides it becomes hollow and muffled sounding. And no matter how you have it arranged it sounds "tinny" and harsh.
- skip the VP150 is a horrible center channel, VP150 sounds "tinny" and too forward for me, i've had one for 3-4yrs and have decided to get rid of it.
- Worst center channel out there. End of story
- Maybe all us dissatified VP150 owners can get together and stack them up and set them on fire and post it on youtube.
Just joking of course, I prefer to get alittle cash out of it on ebay or craigslist, they buy Bo$e like crazy i'm sure someone will want the VP150.
- VP150 sucks IMO. I had one for 3yrs, it was ok at first but the off axis performance was really bad, which means if you sit off to the sides and not dead center its hard to understand the voices. It also sounds "tinny" or hollow sounding, it has zero bass to it.
I leave it to the reader to draw their own conclusions...