Frequently asked questions about the purchase of speakers
Q: Are more speakers the better?
Answer: No. The intermediate frequency of the full-range speakers will be better, which means that listening to popular songs and listening to human voices will be better. Because the frequency bands of each frequency are independent units, the crossover speakers are naturally easier to be in a better state under the division of labor and cooperation, but the multi-unit structure will be more likely to produce timbre differences and phase differences. Moreover, everyone likes different sound effects, so the choice of speakers depends on the specific use and model.
Q: Is the power of the speaker the bigger the better?
Answer: The higher the power of the speaker, the better the sound effect is not necessarily. Generally speaking, the more power, the louder the speaker can produce, but that's it. However, it is more difficult to achieve good sound quality at high power, so high-quality speakers with high power will also be more expensive.
Q: Will the tri-band performance of 2.1 channel be better than that of 2.0 channel?
Answer: No. This ".1" is the extra subwoofer. Personally, I think this is actually a compromise on cost, because the cost of pursuing better bass effects on 2.0-channel speakers will be much higher, but this does not mean that there are no good 2.0 speakers. Moreover, the subwoofer will pay more attention to the gunshot feeling when playing games and watching blockbusters, that is, the feeling of rumbling. This feeling may not have a 2.0 balance when it is purely listening to music.
Q: Are parameters such as frequency response curve, signal-to-noise ratio, impedance, and distortion important when buying speakers?
A: These data can only explain some problems objectively, but they cannot represent all problems, let alone determine your subjective sense of hearing. Especially for consumer-level speakers, nothing beats listening to it yourself. In fact, there is no need to be too entangled. You can't find obvious parameter problems with most speakers; if there is a problem, it will not put this parameter on the surface.