in your previous post you linked to two different speakers and then ended up with this one? what was wrong with the other twoRight so the speakers are a funny selection. I had owned a 140+140 watt Sony MHC RV50, music system till last year February. it had developed a cd recognition issue owing to lack of usage.. (hadn't used in years owing to my schedule) It didn't have BT usb so it was given away for free to a local repair guy by Mrs... who promptly disposed it and made quick buck as i had kept it pristine and always kept it dust free...
Incidentally I got the same speakers (the same model that Mrs had given away) from another local repair shop) they were used but in great condition, I bought them just to check how the amp will sound as my plan was always to get a custom pair from a manufacturer in chennai...
The specifications at Sony site for the speakers
70% is pretty high. Gets tiring after a while. That means it's more of a party speaker than for listening. I always look for bass capability in the lower regions say a little over 40%.Speaker system 3-way, 3-unit, bass-reflex
Sub Woofer: 15 cm, cone type
Woofer: 15 cm, cone type
Tweeter: 5 cm, cone type
Nominal impedance 6 ohms
Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 240 × 363 ×
Mass Approx. 4.7 kg net per
Don't have anymore info... But at around 70% volume with Spotify equalizer tuned to give higher levels of high and low frequencies, the results are good...
So how does thing sound then?
I'm hearing more slaps than a punch. Maybe it's the music but otherwise, he's close enough to get a good enough recording to demonstrate the bass
That's a smiley EQ that rockers use. If your music works with that then its got more mid & upper bass than lower bassAttaching a pic of the equalizer settings as well...
To give you an idea, this and this don't have much deep bass and I find myself wanting more. Maybe you just have to blast those two at 70 and more
This however does by 60 with a flat EQ
Check this outSimply because there are lot of factors at play - room correction, speaker placement, directivity, far field/near field etc. How you listen may not be the same as how they demo.
I believe in measurements since that is something you can see and interpret, and then can easily relate when you listen. But again my preference will always be listening directly to the source.
That's three different models. Can you hear the difference? Use headphones
It took him a few years to get the binaural recording thing down pat.
As for measurements, he does freq response curves at different volumes and you can see how well the speaker performs. But that's on his Patreon channel
I can tell you that the curves and what you hear can sometimes surprise you.