A good set of in wall speakers can be a great investment for your home. Apart from the aesthetics of the speakers (which has to be left to you; everyone has a different home and different tastes), there are a few key things you should look at before buying them.
There is a huge range available to buy, including a wireless speaker system, home theater surround sound, simple kitchen speakers etc. However, when it comes to actual sound quality, probably the most important factors to look at are the frequency response, the sensitivity, and the power rating.
1. Frequency response
Starting with the frequency response: What exactly does that mean? Well it’s basically the range of frequencies that the speaker is able to produce – the higher the frequency, the higher pitched sounds can be made, and the lower the frequency the lower pitched the sound can be. It’s generally accepted that humans can’t hear any sounds lower pitched than 20 Hz or higher than 20 KHz (20,000 Hz). So for the tones to be as balanced as possible, the better matched the frequency response is to that 20 Hz to 20 KHz range, the better.
2. Power rating
The higher this is, the louder the speaker can go. However, what’s more important to check is that the maximum power output of your amp isn’t higher than the power of the speaker. If it is, and you turn your amp up too high, you’ll damage (and possibly destroy) the speakers.
Finally, the sensitivity of the speaker: If this is the tie breaker between two sets of speakers, always go for a higher sensitivity. The higher this is, the more air pressure the speaker will be able to produce with the same amount of power.
For sound quality, these are the main points you need to look at. However, one last point to check is that, if you’re buying in wall speakers, you always make sure they have their own individual volume, bass and treble controls. The great thing about having the speakers fitted directly into the wall is that the wall cavity will amplify the sound and usually deepen the bass. If all the walls are different, some sounds will be amplified more than others, and you’ll need the individual controls to balance the sounds out.
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