Q: What specifications should be considered before buying a bookshelf speaker ?
A: We suggest you must need to know the following things when shopping for bookshelf speakers.
Hertz: The lower the number, the heavier the bass is going to be.
Watts: Generally, the higher the number, the greater output you can expect. This is particularly relevant when it comes to matching your bookshelf speakers to an appropriate amplifier.
Drivers: Basic bookshelf speakers have two – woofers (which generate bass) and tweeters (which produce high-frequency sounds). Buying a speaker set with a third mid-range driver will lend itself to better full-range sound.
Q: What is the best place to keep bookshelf speakers ?
A: Bookshelf speakers are meant to rest on a shelf, table, or other elevated surfaces anywhere but the floor as they are specifically designed to maximize sound in small to medium-sized spaces.
Q: What are powered bookshelf speakers ?
A: Powered bookshelf speakers are usually compact and small in size and serve as front speakers in small spaces or rear channel speakers in a multi-channel home theatre system. These speakers need to be kept at elevated surfaces such as a bookshelf
Q: What is the difference between an active and a passive bookshelf speaker ?
A: An active bookshelf speaker is one that has its own amplifier built into the cabinet while a passive one draws its power from an external amp and is connected to that amp via speaker wire. Passive bookshelf speakers tend to be more for home use
Q: Do I need a subwoofer with my bookshelf speakers ?
A: Bookshelf speakers work fine on their own but the bass will typically be lacking due to the practical design limitations of a smaller cabinet. A subwoofer can help bookshelf speakers perform and sound better by adding a second crossover and relieving them of needing to reproduce lower frequencies thus allowing them to really focus on the mids and highs which they are generally optimized to do.
Q: Do I need a receiver for my bookshelf speakers ?
A: We do not recommend it as a necessary requirement but in order to get the best out of a bookshelf speakers one can go for a receiver that can properly drive them. We suggest you buy a two-channel stereo receiver or you can go for an AV receiver the latter of which is what you want if you're connecting it to your TV and building a home theater s
Q: Do all the bookshelf speakers have an inbuilt bluetooth ?
A: No, not all of the bookshelf speakers come with an built in bluetooth technology
Q: Do my bookshelf speakers have to go on my bookshelf ?
A: Absolutely not ! It is easy to make this mistake because of the name but bookshelf speakers are often used as PC speakers or as part of a home cinema system. You can put them wherever you want, just as long as you don’t put them on the floor
Q: Do all bookshelf speakers come with a remote control ?
A: Well a large amount of bookshelf speakers actually don’t come with a remote control. The convenience that a remote control offers means that you should really choose bookshelf speakers that do have on, as otherwise, you will need to constantly adjust the volume or equalize the sound on the actual speaker unit itself, which could become very annoying, very quickly. A remote control just makes it easier to focus on the excellent sound that your new bookshelf speakers offer.
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