Hi-Fi, Home Theatre Speakers, including, wharfedale diamond series, Sonos, Earthquake, Audac, Indesign ceiling & installation speakers.

It’s important to have an understanding of the technical specifications. Having an understanding will make it easier for you to make the right choice for your requirements. The following are some of the the things you should keep in mind.

Frequency Response: The frequency response of a speaker will be basically indicative of the range of sounds that can be produced. The better choice would be one that is able to deliver extreme lows and highs in a way that sounds to be natural. If you are looking at the higher end models within the product category, your emphasis should be on accurate bass. On the other hand, if you are looking at more affordable models, extended high frequency response should be your priority. The perfect choice is a speaker with balanced frequencies. With the bookshelf speakers, most of them range from 45 to 20,000 hertz.

Impedance: Most of the bookshelf size have an impedance of 8 ohms. Other speakers normally have an impedance of 4, 6, or 16 ohms. Basically speaking, the impedance dictates the electrical resistant encounter that comes across the speaker driver. It is critical to know the impedance of the speakers that you have to easily match it with an amplifier to reduce the possibility of having distorted sound.

Sensitivity: Like in the case of impedance, it is important to pay attention to voltage sensitivity to find the right amplifiers for the speakers. This will be indicative of the loudness of the output within a specified voltage. The voltage sensitivity is normally expressed as X dB per X V input. For bookshelf speakers, 86 dB will prove to be enough since it is intended for smaller amplifiers.

Power Handling: This specification is expressed in watts and will provide you with knowledge on the amount of power that can be handled by the speakers. The important thing to do is to first check the output of the amplifier to know what can most probably be the right choice.

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