Harry Prewitt
by on October 25, 2019
With the plethora of speakers available to buy from the market, it can become complicated to choose which one is the best. There are complete surround sound systems, and then there are portable Bluetooth ones that you can take to the part. However, you would always be in fear that the speaker that you have bought is not the right one.
But how do you differentiate between a good and a bad speaker? What makes the good one better than the bad one? Or how do you tell the difference between them? Also, are there cheaper alternatives that are better even though you do have the budget to buy a more grandiose one?
One tactic that you can use is to go for well-known brands that you already know of. There are certainly many brands who are just killing the audio systems' game. It is a guarantee that whatever product you are buying would be worth the penny.
The Swiss company, Goldmund, is one of them. It produces consumer electronics and mostly focuses on the high-fidelity audio and home cinemas. In 1978, two university students founded Goldmund which was later purchased by Michel Reverchon in 1980. The company has been considered a pioneer in the sound engineering industry right after they had had their breakthrough within the audio technology in the year 1982. Goldmund has since then made disruptive innovations within the sound industry by developing and bettering the audio technology ever since it was founded. Goldmund has spent a large budget on research and development to come up with groundbreaking sound technologies. A lot of the products that Goldmund delivers has been named after Greek and Hindu mythology, where they provide a backstory for their products.
So what makes a speaker great? What is about Goldmund speakers that grasp the interest of the buyers?
The best speaker is the one that will reenact the sound. This means that it will not change the tone in any shape or form by coloring it. You will hear the sound that the producer intended for the listeners to hear. This means that if the music record is well done, you will not be able to tell the difference between a live concert and a record with your eyes closed. Though unfortunately not all the speakers are perfect, some like Goldmund do come close.
Theoretically, it is possible to measure how loyal speaker is to the sound producer. Frequency response charts show the range of frequencies the speakers are capable of producing. You would want a speaker that will be able to produce such a full range of frequencies that the human ear can hear as much as possible. Some experts argue that you can’t really evaluate how faithfully the speaker is committed to emitting the right sounds. However, you can analyze (to some extent) how far the speaker is from sounding flat. The truth is that the frequency response reports will not be the only indicators of a high-quality speaker. There is a lot more to the output that the speaker produces to add to its performance.
Things like materials, sound designs, and execution have a lot of importance when it comes to a good speaker and an excellent audio experience.
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