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All the home speaker articles, reviews, comparisons, and buying guides at Higher Hz.

Klipsch R-41M review

Since its inception in 1946, Klipsch has made a name for itself in the world of loudspeakers with a series of products that showcase flat frequency response and an immersive sound without breaking the bank.

Following the same philosophy, their R-41M proves once again that high-quality audio doesn’t always require huge investments.

Elac Debut 2.0 B5.2 review: A bargain at just over $300

The Elac’s Debut series was released in 2016 to critical acclaim. The original B5 is an excellent speaker with the right punch and vibrancy; however, many noticed how it lacked the neutrality most audiophiles look for.

Enter the Debut 2.0 B5.2, a bookshelf speaker that offers impressive sonic neutrality and a balanced sound that will enrich your listening sessions without breaking the bank.

Subwoofer placement: Everything you need to know

Placing your subwoofer in the right position has a massive impact on the quality of your audio system. Unfortunately, most of us have to leave it in a place that’s practical and aesthetically pleasant, neglecting whether or not we’re making the most of our subwoofer.

Matching amps with speakers: Ohms, watts, and decibels

The synergy between your loudspeakers and stereo amplifier is perhaps the most crucial aspect to consider when setting up your hi-fi system. As a result, it’s also one of those decisions that require deep research and multiple trials if you want to reach optimal results.

Speakers or a soundbar? What should you go for?

While in many ways it’s great that TVs are becoming thinner and thinner, there’s no doubt this is having an impact on the audio quality they deliver. Luckily for us, there are a few ways to upgrade the sonic performance of our television by connecting it to dedicated speakers or soundbars.

What is surround sound? 5.1, 7.1: What are these numbers?

Getting more from your home theater requires a deep understanding of the importance of sound when watching a movie.

While it’s true that internal TV speakers and affordable soundbars can deliver satisfying results, they simply can’t replicate the cinematic experience most of us look for.