It may seem overwhelming to call a sound system's location for a self-employed job. You almost do not need any tools, and you're absolutely not producing anything. Nevertheless, it may be a time-consuming job, which also requires you to be very careful to get as good sound in the room as possible.
Because you have to adjust the location right after the room the plant is going to stand yesterday to provide a standard solution. On the other hand, knowledge of your own facility, along with some audio lessons, can provide you with the information you need.
There may be several reasons you are facing the problem with the speaker location. The most reasonable reason is sure when you get home with a brand new facility in your family, another and more common is why you want to refurbish.
Although a stereo system is a combination of electrical appliances and not a furniture, you should nevertheless think about where and how you prefer to place your equipment, already in the store. Large floor loudspeakers often produce a more full-bodied sound than less bookshelf speakers, but are more difficult-to-use than the smaller ones, such as the bookshelf.
However, a great advantage with floor speakers is that you can easily adjust with a wheel stand
Stero plants are today mans property, and both TV and radio have regular stereo broadcasts. If you have an older facility, you can not count on the perfect sound, for example, listening to digital recordings, as the amplifier may have higher distortion and the speakers have a poorer frequency range / frequency.
The very pure sound that comes from such a recording is partially destroyed on the way to the speakers, and the rest of the machine also does not have the same ability to reproduce the sound perfectly.
Nevertheless, do not throw your old plant on the dump if you are satisfied with it. The differences in sound quality will be crystal clear only in a direct comparison.
Common types of speakers are so-called bass reflex speakers and closed speakers. The Bose system is made up of several modules, one subbash speaker and one less so-called "sattelit" speaker.
(sub is the speaker that delivers the low frequencies between 35-80Hz, while the sattelith speaker delivers slightly higher frequencies between 80Hz to about .20.000Hz.)
With this type of speaker Can you spread the sound in the room in a completely different way than traditional speakers. You can experience the stereo sound over a larger area throughout the room.
Traditional speakers do not disperse the stereo sound in the room, but collect it toward the point you are targeting the speakers. Because the sound is pretty directed, you can get a good stereo image in the middle of the sofa.
With Bose system satellites that contain two speakers each, you can spread the sound in different directions by rotating them at 90 degrees angles. Then they cover a larger area and you get evener sound in the room instead of a "sweet spot" on the sofa as you get with traditional speakers.
The cable You can choose different quality cables and prices. In smaller speaker systems one can use cable with 0.75mm2 in area and to a little larger system 1.5mm2 or 2.5mm2. Signal cable between different devices eg CD, MD, DVD, Radio, etc. and amplifier is a whole lot of. The quality and price of the cable will usually increase the finer the system will be.
Sound is generated by wave movements. These fluctuations are measured per second and are called Hertz (Hz). A person with normal hearing may at best perceive fluctuations from about 20 Hertz to about 20,000 Hertz. All sounds measuring less than 20 Hertz are called infrared sounds.
Ultrasound is the sound that is higher than the human ear can perceive. When you grow older, you feel the higher turns are worse.
If you have neighbors on the other side of the floor, walls or ceilings, you may have been asked to turn down an overly high volume. In spite of the complaint, you may think that the neighbor has been hypersensitive because the sound level actually was not much above the normal setting.
This is due to the low frequencies, the base of the music. These are quite easy through both the furniture and the walls' insulation. The high frequencies, the treble, are easily attenuated by physical barriers - walls, bookshelves and more, and are easily shielded.
Therefore, your neighbor can not enjoy your music as the melodies are heard unclear or not at all. Therefore, if the music contains marked bass passages, your volume is most perceived as noise at the neighbor.
It is the metal in the speaker cable that determines how much of the audio signals really come out of the speakers. The sound quality will, of course, depend on the rest of the system.
In older speakers, the cable is usually firmly mounted. You will need to open the speaker box if you need a longer length of it. Alternatively, you can use a junction box called a "sugar bite" to cut the existing cable.
In newer designs, the cable is fitted with pole screws or connectors, which simplifies switching to longer cables. The most common types of speakers are two-way or three-way systems. The two-way system has two speaker elements, treble elements and base elements.
The three-way system has three speaker elements, treble elements, midrange elements and base elements. The diaphragm in, for example, the bass speakers may consist of several materials, including polypropylene, kevlar, aluminum instead of traditional paper.
It is not difficult to plug all parts into a plant, but it is of course important that you keep separate right and left and a little bit in the accompanying manual.
Rear inlets on the back of the amplifier are usually marked with red, while the left can be highlighted in any color, usually white or black.
Dashed or red-marked speaker cable usually means plus , which connects to the red pole screw or terminal on the amplifier. There is also DIN standard for cable connection, but it does not appear on new devices today.
If you have invested in a remote control device, make sure that there is free passage for the control infrared light beam from the locations in the room you want to be able to remotely control. Strong sunlight can also interfere with the infrared beam of light.
There are also so-called Wireless Remote Extenders (Extenders) that with radio waves can transport your signals from your remote to an adjacent room where you can have a part of your audio equipment.