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How do I choose the best Bluetooth speaker?

How do I choose the best Bluetooth speaker?

How to pick the best Bluetooth speaker

  1. Battery life: Battery life is a key parameter to consider.
  2. Audio quality: Obviously it is nice to have a Bluetooth speaker that sounds goo.
  3. Style: There are very many different styles which are available for Bluetooth speakers.
  4. Size: Bluetooth speakers come in a variety of sizes.

How can you tell if a Bluetooth speaker is good quality?

The most important thing to look for in a Bluetooth speaker is the sound quality of the device. To ascertain the audio quality, you must pay attention to the total harmonic distortion which should be less than 1%. Another important thing to note is the frequency range, which should be between 100Hz to 20kHz.

Are oval speakers better than round speakers?

Installing component (round) speakers are also generally more expensive than oval speakers. When it comes to oval speakers, on the other hand, the sound quality can be inferior compared to round speakers. But that always comes down to audio preferences. If you are satisfied with decent sound quality, then oval speakers will work just fine for you.

What are the advantages of Round Round speakers?

Round speakers will produce a clearer sound, due to the fact that they are symetrical. The signal is disperced throughout the speaker evenly, creating a sound that is syncronized.

Why are 6×9 speakers so commonly shaped like this?

Back in the day, there wasn’t much space allocated in cars to fit speakers properly. So, to get the best possible sound quality out of the limited space available, 6×9 speakers were designed in oval shapes. The oval shape provides better sound in a narrower space for 6×9’’ speakers.

What is the difference between a round and oval driver?

Build quality may be a bigger factor than shape though. Some oval drivers (such as KEF uses) may be better than some other’s round. And the oval shape will let you get more surface area into a thinner form. Hope this helps for now. I’m sure that others will be along to add or correct.