If you have never installed speakers then don’t worry. By purchasing some wireless speakers, you can eliminate a lot of work that traditionally was associated with installing speakers in your home. Wireless speakers allow much more flexibility than regular speakers. You don’t have to worry where you going to run speaker wire and also you don’t have to worry about covering up the wiring that you have installed. Therefore purchasing wireless speakers is a good option. However, make sure that the speakers that you by meet certain requirements. In this post I’m going to review some of these requirements and also offer some advice for properly setting up these types of speakers.
Depending on how big the rumors in which you plan on setting up the speakers, you will have to carefully consider the wattage specification of the speakers. Output wattage usually is directly related to how loud the speakers can get. The higher the wattage the larger the room can be in which the speakers are set up. If you are planning on setting up your speakers outdoors, then you should be even more concerned about speaker wattage. That is because the outdoor environment is usually much more noisy than the indoor environment. There is wind and also other background noise that can easily drown out the music coming from the speakers unless the speakers have sufficient wattage.
Another important consideration whilst purchasing some wireless speakers is the transmission range. In order to determine the minimum required range, first of all, determine where the transmitter unit will be and also where the speakers will be set up in your house. Then measure the distance between these two points. Also, figure out how many walls are in between the direct line of sight. Let’s say you have 100 feet distance between the transmitter and the speakers and there are two walls in between. Typically a wall will reduce the signal by two thirds. That means that because they are two walls in between that the actual wireless range that the speakers will have to be capable of will have to be at least 1000 feet.
When installing the speakers, they should be set up on a stable surface or mounted by using a wall mount. However you install the speakers, make sure that they are secured in place such that they cannot easily dislodge. When the speakers are cranked up they might tend to vibrate. Vibrations can cause the speaker to drop down onto the floor and get destroyed. So pay extra attention to mounting the speakers. The transmitter should be set up so that the signal can easily reach the speakers. Try lowering or raising the transmitter if the transmission is not flawless.