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Q:5.1 speakers on pc?
The rear speakers are for ambient sounds. The sound fired on the front speakers are for something like movie characters' voices. The rear speakers are used for ambient sounds like a passing train, traffic, etc. Sub woofers (the 1 in 5.1) is for low frequency which gives you that rumble (when you hear a thunder). If you have your set up correct, you should not be hearing the same sound from your front speakers to your rear speakers if you are playing a 5.1 source. You would hear the same sound from all speakers if you set your audio settings that way. Hope this gives you an idea of what the rear speakers are for.
Q:Speaker Help! (BASS SPEAKERS)?
If a speaker can play music well it can play in a home theater very well. I think Vega's were designed for music. You may want Cerwin Vega, as that was the first speaker that popped into my mind for bass lovers. I think Polk Audio also has a reputation for bass. Keep in mind, I have owned neither so I can't tell you if it's true aside from what I've watched on youtube. Those Vega's seem to pound very very hard, they, in fact, move themselves backwards on hardwood floors if that tells you anything. However, they are definitely not cheap but for what you get they probably aren't half bad. You can get lots of bass with powered woofers as well, like Emotiva powered subs. Which I have read are very musical and modestly under priced and come with 30 day trial. I have an Emotiva xpa-5 amplifier and wouldn't hesitate, if I had the money, to do business with them again. Trying to keep this short as possible, active are self powered like the guy above said. I own a pair of self powered active speakers. The problem is when the amplifier quits working as mine did. I'd rather have a removable or seperate power source rather than built in power unless it's throw away speakers(once broken buy some new ones). Powered stand-alone subs are the only thing I would buy powered that cost more than $100 or so.
Q:speakers - help with choosing?
The AudioEngine P4s would sound great, also NHT and PSB make great speakers for a reasonable price. Cambridge Audio is another brand that I like too. If it were me I'd get the P4s paired with a subwoofer (HSU STF-2 or VTF-1).
Q:guitar amp speaker question?
it shouldn't mess it up but if it does then youre screwed!
ur speaker whould have got some fault so consult the service center. u may not have connected it properly just turn the pin of the speaker where u have connected it with the cpu u might have not adjusted ur equializer to the room settings
Q:Studio Monitors Vs. Regular Speakers?
Studio monitors work great as regular speakers - I have been using them for years in my home system. Studio monitors are meant to reproduce the sound in a neutral way so that the engineer can hear what the sound is really like. Many studio monitors these days are powered - that means they have the amplifier built in. That type of speaker would not work with a normal home receiver. That type of receiver is designed to work with normal passive speakers that have no amp built in.
Q:Which Speakers For My Church?
I would love to have fun with that. I am the Almighty!!! You!, you have been sinful!!!!! I will kill you!!!! lol
Q:Speaker & Receiver compatibility?
More than likely the speakers on your old Sony home theater in a box will not sound good and will burn out at higher volume. Those home theater in a box do not provide you good quality speakers at all. I would recommend you replace the speakers with a name brand like Definitive Technology, Energy, Focal, Infinity, JBL, Klipsch, Mirage or Polk audio to name a few. The sub woofer might not be compatible with your new receiver. You might look at an Onkyo HT-S model, it is a separate receiver and a set of speakers. Hope this will help you out.
Q:can i hook up 2 amps separate to 2 speakers?
Is your question can it physically be done or is your question whether there will be damage to the speaker? My guess is you are asking about damaging your speakers. The answer is that generally speaking a speaker will warn before you send too much power to it. Most of the time speaker are damaged by feeding them too little power, not too much. The most important part in not killing your speakers is to use your ears and brain together. Well before your speakers get too much power they will start to distort quite a bit. If you turn up the volume and the speakers start to noticeablly distort, then then is your cue to turn down the volume as you have exceeded the limits of the speaker. If you don't turn it down, you probably will fry your speakers.