What makes a great speaker The best speakers recreate sound very accurately. In other words, they don’t color the sound by changing it. Ideally, you hear a sound-a trumpet run, a monologue, a gunshot-as it was intended by whoever recorded it. Unfortunately, no speaker is perfect, but the best ones come awfully close. In theory, you can measure how faithfully a speaker reproduces sound. Frequency response charts the range of frequencies a speaker is capable of producing. You want a speaker that can produce as much of the full range of frequencies that human ears can hear as possible. Just liste Frequency response isn’t the only factor to consider when you’re looking for a top-notch set of speakers. In order to understand the amount of color a speaker adds, the variations in the output of the speaker is as important as the range. An example of a speaker with little variation in frequency response - a speaker that adds little color. Every speaker produces certain frequencies that are louder or softer than others. Assuming that your Pagina 45

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