Types And Sizes Of Speakers

AVCSpeakers are the most commonly used equipment during events, conferences and meetings. With the use of speakers, you can provide better sound quality. Not to mention, you are sure that everyone in the event can hear what you are saying. However, in order to obtain these features, it is important to opt for the right speakers. Below are some of the most common types and sizes of speakers.

Floorstanding Speakers

Floorstanding speakers are generally the largest, and are available in a wide range of styles and prices. Some of the advantages of such speakers is its flexibility, wonderful enclosure to provide good sound quality.

Bookshelf Speakers

Bookshelf speakers are smaller than Floorstanding speakers. Bookshelf speakers can also offer excellent performance and take less space than floorstanding speakers.

In-Wall Speakers

In-wall speakers are very popular because they can sound very good but take no floor space. In addition, these speakers will virtually disappear when painted to match the walls.

On-Wall Speakers

On-wall speakers are a great complement to a flat-panel television. Not to mention, on-wall speakers offer sound quality as good as floorstanding speakers and cosmetically match the television.

In-Ceiling Speakers

These are similar to in-walls except they are installed overhead.

Satellite/Subwoofer Combination

This type of speaker system uses small ‘satellite’ speakers, combined with a subwoofer. These types of speakers are also easy to place in a room and the subwoofer can be concealed under a table.

Trivia Info Source From: www.avc.ae

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