As a HiFi, it is easy to find confusion because of the mere scalability and diversity of the technology and terminology presented. From two wire wiring to sensitivity through floor stands and phono phases, we know that many of our customers are seeking answers.
One of the most common questions about AV providers is what is the difference between stereo speakers and PA speakers, and which business or school is appropriate? Join us as we explain it.
When talking about "stereo speakers", we are talking primarily about those that can be connected to a home stereo unit. They offer loud and energetic sound that is designed to bring the best in your music. The Stereo Speaker Mode changes from brand to brand and model to model, but typically finds innovation in conical placement, cabinet design, magnetization and other variables.
Perfect for your business Alright, but you may be exaggerated by basic jobs in an office, factory or school. Indeed, unless you plan to enjoy music together, stereo speakers are not necessarily the ideal solution for your business. Instead, it should look towards the PA speakers.
Speakers or public speakers broadcast loud, clear sound in a large area, such as an office. You can find them in a huge variety of spaces, from classrooms to factories and even nightclubs. But most important for us are more flexible plans and designed for broader purposes.
Notes that PA loudspeakers can be divided into "main loudspeakers", most PAs, "bass speakers" used for bass sounds and "live monitor loudspeakers" used by musicians to listen to the stage individual contribution.
However, business and education are typically the main speakers. The PA speaker has two main types; passive and active. For passive loudspeakers, a mixer must be used to mix and send tones while the active loudspeakers are connected directly to the power cords and do not require extra hardware to produce sound.
Both have the special feature that passive loudspeakers are better for more complex audio settings and active ones are a simpler choice for less demanding application cases, but both are ideal for educational and business environments.