We all have heard of the biggest speakers, right? There are always a lot of people who will tell you that they have the best loudspeakers around. They claim to be able to send sound waves out at sixty feet per second, so if they can do that why can’t every speaker manufacturer make a set of speakers like that. It’s simply not true. Although some manufacturers may claim to have the largest loudspeakers around, there is no guarantee that you will be able to reproduce clear audio with even the biggest speaker in the world.
Actually it depends on a few factors, such as the size of your room and the amount of money you are willing to spend on your audio system. For example, if you want a small, portable speaker system, then there is no need to spend on the biggest speakers either. Small speakers are usually available for as little as a hundred dollars. But the quality of sound produced by small speakers is usually no better than that of larger loudspeakers. And though they are relatively cheaper they are also not portable.
One factor you should consider is the quality of the sound produced by the speakers. If you listen to your favorite tunes through a Bluetooth earbud, then you will be interested in getting the best quality possible. On the other hand, if you use small, lightweight speakers you are going to discover that your favorite songs are just a bit too muffled to really enjoy!
However, if you are serious about getting the best quality loudspeakers for your home theater or home stereo, then it would be worth spending a bit more on the aftermarket speakers. Some manufacturers are able to produce good quality speakers for a lot less money than branded names. You will probably be able to find a good deal on aftermarket speakers in your local electronic store or on the internet. In fact some people use Bluetooth earbuds for their wireless headphone sets, so you might want to keep this in mind if you are considering making the switch from your current stereo system.
Speakers for Small Cabinet
To come up with your own set of expectations you will need to think about what you would like from your speakers as well as how many feet away you want them to be from your listening spot. If you have a carpeted floor, then the rule of thumb is to assume that each speaker is at least six inches high. If you have a hardwood or marble flooring, then the rule of thumb is to assume that each speaker is at least six inches high and should be no more than twelve inches away from your listening area. The rule of thumb for most speakers is that each speaker should be no more than six inches high, no more than twelve inches away from your listening area, and no more than twelve inches away from your listening position. Remember these assumptions are just the minimum numbers because there are plenty of subwoofers, speakers, amps, and other accessories that can increase or decrease these numbers.
In addition to thinking about floor size and listening distance, you also need to consider how far you want to go with your aftermarket speakers. If you are planning on using them on a busy highway or street, then you may want to make sure they are as far away as possible. Some aftermarket speakers are made so that they can be installed closer to the vehicle’s main speaker locations so they are closer to the passenger seats. This makes them easier to hear when driving. If you are planning to listen to music while you are riding, then you might want to find speakers that are mounted close enough to the muffler that you can hear the music clearly over the roar of the bike. Some car speakers are designed to mount under the dash where you can’t see them, but remember that if you are installing a motorcycle stereo with a hand break microphone, then the distance between your vehicle’s main speaker locations can make a difference in how clear the sound is.
One other important thing you will want to take into consideration before purchasing your new portable audio system is whether or not it will work with your current RV engine. You should try out both your speakers and your amp on your vehicle before you buy so you can ensure that they will work well with your existing system. Many people who are looking to get the biggest sound possible for their small cabin tend to oversize their stock speakers to match the loudest Speakers that they can find. Although this usually produces excellent results, it also tends to draw power and fuel out of the engine, potentially causing an underpowered or even burnt out unit. It is far better to buy slightly larger speakers to achieve the best possible sound, and ensure that your engine receives sufficient power and fuel.