Loudspeakers are always built to be of exceptional value. When calculating value, we consider both delivering more output per cubic meter and more output per dollar as important factors. We found that customers may not require as much output. Therefore, products with lower output might be more appealing to them.
We wanted to create a line that provided slightly lower extreme SPLs. Instead, we focused on the frequency response and sound quality that have been proven benefits of BASSBOSS product ownership.
To illustrate the differences, I will be comparing our new DJ18S Subwoofer with the SSP118Subwoofer.
Although the frequency response is the same, the maximum SPL is expected be 127 dB rather than the 130 dB from the SSP118 subwoofer. The amp output is 1200W RMS, instead of 2400W. The woofers both have 4″ voice coils. However, the DJ18S subwoofer has a ceramic magnet.
It also has slightly lower power handling and excursion. The cabinet has been designed to maximize acoustical efficiency, maximize lumber yield, minimise part count, and minimize complexity. The DJ18S Subwoofer does not have eyelets. Instead of 4 lugs, it has 2. The amp hole is smaller.
There is less internal support. Because most customers will only need one side of these, it does not include interlocking foot openings that can be used for stacking. Because planks with separate wheels are more expensive than a set, it has mounting points for wheels.
Performance has been slightly decreased and some elite professional features that only a few DJs will be able to benefit from have been eliminated. Our goal was not to beat competitors 3:1 or 4:2.
The new DJ18S Subwoofer can be used to replace two cabinets from competitors, while the SSP118 Subwoofer can replace three or four of those same cabinets. The SSP118 Subwoofer can replace 4 cabinets, while the SSP118 Subwoofer could replace 3 or 4 of them. However, if you need to replace 2 cabinets, we have something more affordable and less extreme. (Preliminary)
A speaker is an essential piece for any home DJ studio. You have all the great mixes that you need to fill your space, and you want your speakers to do justice to your hard work.
There are so many options for speakers. When setting up your home DJ studio, there is one important thing to remember. You don’t have to spend a lot on speakers, depending on what you need.
This guide will help you choose the best DJ speaker system. Remember that sound is subjective. What sounds good to one person might not sound great to another. Let’s now get to the basics, before we go into the different types of speakers on the market.
Understanding the specifications of speaker models
There are many misunderstandings and marketing tricks when you’re trying to find the right speakers. There is a lot of competition in the speaker market. Some manufacturers make bold statements about their speakers to save money.
Some consumer hi-fi systems can be dangerous. Many of these systems have poor performance.
It can be difficult to comprehend the specifications of speakers. You should do more research if you are interested. To give you at least some insight, I’ll provide a brief overview of the specs. Here are the top specifications you should consider when selecting your speakers.
The decibels (dB) are used to measure speaker sensitivity. This is the sound level of the speaker. The manufacturer usually measures it in an echo-free area or in an ordinary room. The decibel level is usually 2-3 points higher if it is measured in a space.
Decibels refers to the volume of a speaker’s output. Most speakers fall within the 85-91 decibel range. Speakers in their 80s and early 90s are ideal.
It’s a great number, but it doesn’t really mean anything if you don’t have any to compare it with. Here’s a list of common sounds that you should know and their decibel levels.
- Whisper (10dB).
- Normal voice (60-70dB)
- Lawnmower (90dB).
- You hear someone screaming in your ears (110 dB).
A rating between 85-110 is the ideal rating for speakers used in a home DJ studio. It is possible to cause hearing damage if the limit is exceeded.
Energy management of DJ SERIES DESIGN
You now know how powerful speakers must be. Now, make sure that they can handle that power. The speaker should not be damaged. You should also avoid using too much power as it can cause damage to the speakers.
You can compare different options by having a good knowledge of the speaker characteristics.
The power is expressed in Watts (W), and it is often represented by two values. RMS stands for continuous and peak. RMS is the best way to determine speaker quality.
The speaker’s absolute maximum value, not the number it can consistently handle, is its maximum value. Manufacturers try to be smarter here. To make the driver appear better, they can list the maximum value. Use the RMS to compare.