Axiom Makes Monster Garage Speakers
The manufacturer is packing its M3 units in a silver tread-pattered cabinet.
Axiom Garage Speakers
Axiom’s Garage Speakers boast crystal clear high-end sound for your garage or workshop.
June 10, 2008 by Rachel Cericola

For the man who has everything—including bad taste in music—we have the Axiom Garage Speaker.

That’s not to say that these units produce poor sound; it would just be nice to relegate dad’s Air Supply addiction out to its own space. The company says that these tread-patterned bookshelf units are modeled after today’s popular tool chests, making them perfect for “the guy—and the garage—with everything.”

Based on Axiom’s award-winning M3 speakers, each unit has a 1-inch titanium tweeter and a 6.5-inch aluminum woofer. The company also says they can be wall or ceiling mounted, and work well with everything and anything, ranging from a 10-watt amp to 175 watts of monster power.

“Take care—with these speakers, your favorite guy may never leave the garage again!” joked Ian Colquhoun, president and chief designer of Axiom Audio. “Men crave great audio sound, and the Axiom Garage Speaker is custom-made for dads who enjoy listening to their favorite music as much as tinkering in their favorite room.”

Axiom Garage Speakers are available now for $375 per pair.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
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