Shishir Del Rio
by on October 19, 2018
Whether we think of Home Cinema or just want to enjoy stereo music, the choice of bookshelf speakers is vital. Below we give you a series of recommendations and we will discuss the five key points you have to look at before buying. We will continue making recommendations as you are with decalogues of recommendations so that you can compose a team based on source, amplification and acoustic boxes with good results. For example, the materials used in the construction of a loudspeaker are very important to maintain the rigidity of the enclosure and the integrity of the loudspeaker cones. The model selected as an example is the Vienna Haydn Grand SE. There are many acoustic boxes, so many that sometimes it seems to be the most important part of the AV equipment and, it is if the rest of the system is up to the task. There is no use for wonderful boxes without a source of quality and a good level of amplification. In the case of the most common boxes in our country, the bookshelf type, we will have a grabber speaker and a tweeter for the treble but in all cases, they can integrate a front or rear bass-reflex port to improve the lower frequencies. In the larger boxes, the sound is usually better, as is logical to be able to move more air, but we will find the problem of its construction, are more likely to generate reverberations and placement in the room. Precisely the location and acoustics are two important points to take into account when purchasing new boxes or when considering a new Hi-Fi or Home Cinema system for our home. Some manufacturers create all kinds of equipment, from the sources to the boxes through the amplifiers or power stages but the results are usually not as spectacular as in the companies exclusively dedicated to the manufacture of speakers. Good connectivity is key. Gold-plated connectors and that the power cable fits well or use a connector is a guarantee of success. In boxes of a certain level, bi-amplification is the best option for the frequencies of grabs and trebles to arrive from the amplifier at the same time. 1. Construction The materials used are basic in the result, the box is not an aesthetic design but it influences the result of sound and internal divisions as well. A wooden box has to be rigid to withstand vibration. 2. Speakers. In most manufacturers, the cones are made of paper pulp, but some others add mixtures or directly more rigid materials such as Kevlar. There are also differences in the construction of tweeters. 3. Frequency response. The flatter the better, the speakers have to be able to restore the sound by providing as little color as possible so that the result is as optimal as possible in fidelity to the original. 4. Polyvalent. The capabilities of a box at the time of being applicable to all types of music and even being part of a Home Cinema start from the transducers to the baffle. A careful construction with musicality is the key. 5. Integration Being part of a whole is vital in a music or home theater. The acoustic boxes are the last part of the system but, without quality in the source and the ampli, little can contribute to the final result of the set.
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