If a high resolution and HDR effects are important for an immersive movie watching experience, then great sound from fantastic speakers are necessary to complete that level of immersion. There are a lot of options to chose from, be it a soundbar, home-theatre-in-a-box or even a 2.1 setup. When building a speaker setup for watching movies, know that floor standing speakers have an advantage over other options. They house multiple drivers to deliver crisp sound and are at a height that is necessary to drive sound in the right direction. If you are looking to pick up a pair of floor standing speakers to enhance your movie watching and music listening experience, then here are 4 options to choose from.
The Yamaha Speaker System Ns-8390 is a three-way speaker system that comes with a 20-cm woofer cone, 10-cm mid-range driver, and 2.2-cm balanced dome tweeter, which should ensure that the system delivers a dynamic sound. Do keep in mind that these speakers are passive ones and you’ll need to get an amplifier to power them. Additionally, these speakers promise sound impedance of 8 Ohms, which means you can expect clear and loud sounds. The speakers are heavy, weighing 11.7kgs each.
The Pioneer FS52 - Andrew Jones Designed Floor Standing Loudspeaker features three 5.25-inch drivers built into the speakers that handle low range and mid-range sounds quite well. Of course, you must add an amplifier to these passive speakers when you’re building your home theatre. With a 6 Ohm load, these speakers should also convert power to sound quite decently. The speakers boast of 130 Watt of output with its 8-element sophisticated crossover, three 5-1/4-inch structured surface woofers and 1-inch high efficiency soft dome tweeter.
The Taga Harmony Azure Floor-Standing Speaker offers a range of features that should go a long way in delivering a good audio experience. For starters, the Taga Pure Titanium Tweeter Dome comes with a neodymium magnet that should result in delivering an extended high frequency response along with precision. The speakers are also equipped with the Taga Pure Aluminium Faceplate, which dispels high-frequency sounds, enhancing the effect of neodymium magnets. In general, the recommended amplifier power for these speakers ranges between 40W-200W, which means you can choose from a broad range of amplifiers while building your home theatre system. It also comes with a rear double Bass reflex, which should deliver decent bass, however, if you’re not too happy with that, you can always add a subwoofer to the system. Do keep in mind that unlike the other speakers on this list, this does not come in pairs. You will need more than one to create a surround sound effect.
With two mid/bass drivers along with a 25mm tweeter, the Mission LX-4 speaker has a two-way design that blasts sound into the room from both ends. The speaker comes with 6 Ohms nominal impedance, 40Hz-30kHz frequency response and a 2.2kHz crossover frequency, which should ensure that the system delivers good sound quality. Like the previous speaker, this one is also a single unit and you’ll need more than one to create a good surround sound system for your home.
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