You misread what I posted I didn't say LCR I said LFR (linear field radiator) or something like that. And I didn't say $4000 I said almost $4000. LFR1100s are $3760 a pair. Which is almost $4000.
As a disclaimer Dale Rasco received/receives discounts for Axiom stuff. Axiom sent him a brand new Epic 80-800 and he gave it a great review and decided to keep them and Axiom gave his a discount. I view that as a conflict of interest. If Audioholics/Gene, Sound and Vision Brent or any of the others did that people would be crying foul.
Axiom also sent him those LFRs for review and then he bought them.
"I like the EP800, but I would not have paid MSRP for it. I agree with Chad that at the MSRP I would look at a Seaton Submersive, SVS or the Chase if you have the space and funds"
Read more: http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/home-audio-speakers/56819-axiom-grand-master-5-2-home-theater-system-discussion-thread-2.html#ixzz2Pbksx1fs
"The Axiom Epic 80 7.1 with the EP800 is absolutely the best sounding set of speakers I have heard in its price range. These aren’t boutique level, but more of an audiophile quality workhorse. Not a Ferrari, but easily a Corvette Z06. I have no qualms about recommending this very setup, and have
Read more: http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/speaker-subwoofer-reviews/45768-axiom-epic-80-speaker-review.html#ixzz2PblJYwmu"
Here recommends it but would not pay full MSRP???? If he feels its not worth the MSRP he needs to say so in his review and say something like "Its a great sounding system blah blah but at the current MSRP I feel there might be just alittle better options for the price"
Edited by gtpsuper24 - 4/5/13 at 9:46am