Can we hear phase changes and small delays in the bass range, caused by misaligned subwoofers or room acoustics? Let us find out. This controlled experiment shows the facts about group delay.
Why spend a lot of time on such a small speaker, isn’t it sufficient to just hear a few songs? Can Such a speaker really provide an audio experience that makes it worthwhile to sit down to just listen to music and sound.
What do the examples from the article Bass og lydkvalitet – 4 eksempler show about bass and sound quality. Here is a discourse on the subject bass and sound.
Read the Norwegian article here: https://www.kvalsvoll.com/blog/2019/03/10/bass-og-lydkvalitet-4-eksempel-fra-den-virkelige-verden/
What should you focus on and how does different calibration settings affect sound, including description of music samples for evaluation.
In the amplifier test we learned that good amplifiers operating well within limits are very difficult to hear – they are very close to perfect. But when you run out of power, things change dramatically – the inevitable distortion can certainly be heard, and different models will have their own signature sound when this happens.
Big speakers sound better. They have more and better bass, more capacity for playing loud, and – surprising to some – they sound better even at lower volume.
Why is that, and is it possible to achieve much of the same in a small speaker?
Occasionally I am questioned for which processor and amplifier solutions can be used, especially in regard to crossover and bass system integration. Some have asked whether an ordinary AV-receiver or AV-processor can be used for this, they do have bass-management and necessary adjustment.
Only in Norwegian language.