When it comes to HiFi, it can be easy to find yourself confused by the colossal array and variety of technology and terminology presented to you. From bilateral wires to sensitivity across floor carriers and phono stages, we know that many of our customers find themselves searching for answers.
One of the most common questions in any vehicle supplier is what is the difference between stereo speakers and PA amplifiers, which fits the company or school? Join us as we explained.
When we talk about "stereo speakers", we mainly talk about speakers that you might connect to a home stereo unit. It provides a lively and energetic sound, designed to bring out the best in your music. How to use this stereo amplifier varies from brand to model and model to model, but you will usually find innovations in cone mode, cabinet design, magnet positioning and other variables.
As for your business, they will do quite well, but they may be overemphasizing basic positions around an office, factory or school. In fact, unless you plan to enjoy a bunch of music together, stereo speakers may not be the ideal choice for your company. Instead, you should look to PA speakers.
PA amplifiers, or public address amplifiers, are used to show loud clear sound in a wide area, such as the desk. You'll find them in a wide range of spaces, from classrooms to factories to nightclubs! More important to us, it has more rugged designs and is designed for a wide variety of purposes.
You will find that PA headphones can be divided into 'main speakers', which produce the majority of the sound in the PA system,' subwoofers' that are used to produce bass notes and ' Direct projection speakers', which musicians use so that they can hear their individual contributions on stage.
However, in business and education, you'll usually use keynote speakers. There are two main types of PA earphones; passive and active. Passive amplifiers require the mixer to be used to mix and transmit sound to them, while active amplifiers are directly connected to the power outlets and do not require additional hardware to produce the sound.
Both have their own distinct advantages, as passive amplifiers are better for more sophisticated sound combinations and active combos are the easiest choice for less demanding use cases, but both are ideal for education and business environments.