If you want to fill a room with sound, floor speakers will do the job. Floor standing speakers are tall speakers that have high resolution audio reproduction. Therefore, your home theatre system will sound similar to the loud sound of a cinema or theatre if you have surrounded sound. However, If you live in a flat or at university, floor speakers may be too loud.
There are many different manufacturers for floor speakers, including Sony, Boston Acoustics, JBL, and Yamaha speakers. When you buy floor standing speakers, there are a few characteristics that you should look for.
You will usually get a pair of speakers that have two or three way speakers so that you can fill the room with sound. You can get floor standing speakers, which seems redundant but which is actually a way to make the sound in the room more balanced.
Speakers are sensitive. Damaged speakers can have distorted sounds. Be sure that you have an area in the room where you are considering putting floor speakers where they will not be kicked over or knocked by a door. Shelf speakers In the case of small rooms, shelf speakers might be more appropriate than floor standing speakers because you do not want to block the speaker with a chair or anything that will interfere with the flow of the sound.
What to look for in floor speakers
Quality speakers When you buy speakers, remember that the quality of the music can only be conveyed through quality speakers. Although there is a point of sound quality level that is only distinguishable if the formats are analog or digital, it is safe to say that cheap speakers with low power amplifiers will not sound as accurate as higher quality, more powerful speakers. Distortion of sound can come from poorly-made speakers. Look for a high-quality speaker casing as well as powerful amps and two or three way speakers, and be prepared for loud sounds, especially with deep bass. Cost and accommodation You will have to pay more for floor speakers than regular speakers, and you should make sure that the room where you will put the speakers is large enough to accommodate the theatrical levels of audio that a floor speaker will output. A final word Floor standing speakers can be dangerously loud and painful for people who use hearing aids, so they should only be used in appropriate rooms.