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Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by hitz, Jan 10, 2002.

  1. hitz

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    Whats the difference between frequency repsonse and frequency range?

    What do they mean.? Should i take any note of them when comparing on paper. I realise that listening to them is the best option - but to get a shortlist - what should i look out for when choosing speakers ? (i.e. fronts)

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  2. Lowrider

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    I think it is the same...

    1 - The best sound, if possible in similar conditions as you will use them (equipment, placing),

    2 - the nicest looks (unless they are closed in a cabinet ;) ),

    3 - good brand (reliable, after sales service)...
     
  3. bob007

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    Both mean the same.

    When looking at the figures eg....... 45hz-20000khz

    45hz is the low frequencies (bass) 20000khz high frequencies (treble)

    Are you going to include a sub in you setup?
    If so this will do for the really low bass your speakers won't produce.

    M73 L/F range is about 45hz. This may be enough bass for some people but not enough for others.

    As you said have a demo, only you can tell if the speaker sounds right and has the amount of bass you require.

    It's not all about bass, mid-range and treble are important too.

    Are your speakers going to be for music, movies or both?
     

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