How to Set up Multiple Loudspeakers in Your Home

Installing a pair of loudspeakers is usually fairly easy. However, if you have a large living room then you might want to consider setting up additional speakers around the perimeter of your room. If you only used to speakers then you will have to crank up the volume on them significantly. This high volume can damage the speakers and also will be annoying for people who were close to the speakers. To provide for a much better and more even distribution of the sound in your home, you should set up multiple speakers.

When setting up additional speakers, make sure that the amplifier supports connecting of multiple speakers. Preferably you would want to have a dedicated amplifier for each speaker. You might even want to consider purchasing a surround sound receiver. These receivers have multiple amplifiers. You can then set the amplifier to take a simple stereo signal and output it on to each channel. …

What You Can Expect from Wireless Bluetooth Speakers

It is amazing how inexpensive Bluetooth speakers have become lately. In fact, I just recently saw a speaker offered for less than $15. So how good are those inexpensive Bluetooth speakers? Let me take a look at this product.

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Bluetooth speakers have begun to replace classic models of wireless speakers. That is not surprising because they are for several advantages. One advantage is that they are very inexpensive. The other advantage is that they are usually portable. That means that they carry a battery and as such do not have to be connected to power. Obviously, you have to keep in mind that batteries have several limitations.

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One of these limitations is the fact that you will never achieve great wattage from Bluetooth portable speakers. That is because batteries are usually fairly small and therefore only offer limited voltage and limited current. Both voltage and current are limiting factors when it comes to wattage. …

How to Choose a Good Power Supply for Your Speakers

Loudspeakers can be categorized into passive and active speakers. Passive speakers are without an amplifier and connect to a power amplifier via speaker cable. In contrast, active speakers have a built-in amplifier. Chances are that you active speakers do not work with mains power. That is because if speakers can be connected to mains power, they have to be subject to safety approval. Such approval takes time and is also fairly expensive.

Also, there are many different types of power connectors used in different countries. Therefore it is difficult for manufacturer to produce a product which is usable in each country. Therefore usually manufacturers will not design their speakers to accept mains voltage but rather a low voltage. In this post, I will show you how you can choose an appropriate power supply.

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Wireless speakers also are to be considered active speakers. However, usually the manufacturer will bundle the power supply with the speakers so …

How Do Wireless Loudspeakers Withstand Interference?

The number of wireless devices is growing rapidly. Just a few decades ago, it was unthinkable to be able to pick up a cell phone and talk to anybody in the world without being tethered by a wire. However, times have changed. Nowadays more and more consumer devices are becoming wireless. It starts with the simplest devices such as your car keys. It extends to other useful appliances such as baby monitors and garage door openers. Also, telephones have become wireless as well. More and more home-based phones have become cordless. The traditional phone has been replaced by a base station and several handsets which are connected to the base station via a wireless link. However, the trend has moved to cell phones which don’t even have a base station but can be used anywhere in the country. In this post I’m going to focus on a lesser talked-about product: wireless loudspeakers.

It is hard …