How to choose the right speakers?

How to choose the right speakers?

Home audio plays an important role in our daily life. Speakers determine the overall sound quality of your stereo system, so it's worth the extra time to listen to several different models before making a decision. Are you still troubled by how to choose a suitable speaker? Here is a beginner’s guide to home audio.

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Five tips for buying speakers

1.Match the speaker size to your room in area (square feet) and volume (ceiling height).
2.Tailor your speaker system to your musical taste.
3.Consider powered or active speakers meaning the amplification is built-in and typically class D.
4.Specifications do matter. If you’re starting a system from scratch, matching the speaker sensitivity and the power output of an amplifier is easier.
5.Try to tonally match speakers by purchasing from the same manufacturer and the same speaker line. This is especially true for left/right speakers matching the center channel.

What specs really matter?

1.Revealing Clarity
The easiest and most objective thing to listen for is clarity. One way to determine whether a speaker has excellent clarity is to play music you are very familiar with, a song or album where you know every note, beat and detail. Are you hearing those details cleanly and clearly? Better yet, are you noticing sounds or layers you have never heard before.

A speaker's sensitivity rating tells you how effective it is at converting power into volume. The higher the rating, the louder your speakers will play with a given amount of power. Sensitivity is often measured by driving a speaker with one watt of power, and measuring the loudness in decibels (dB) one meter away. A speaker with a sensitivity rating that's only 3 dB higher than another speaker's only needs half as much power to deliver the same amount of sound.

3.Frequency response
A speaker's frequency response - measured in Hertz (Hz) — indicates the range of tones it can produce. The first number tells you how low the speaker plays; how deep its bass goes. The second number indicates the upper limit of the speaker's tonal range (high frequencies). The wider the frequency response, the fuller the sound a given speaker can produce.

4.Power handling
You'll see a recommended power range on most of the speakers we carry. This gives you a sense of how strong your amp should be. The lower number indicates the minimum wattage required, and the higher number tells you the maximum wattage the speaker can handle for an extended time.

Suggested Speakers

SOUNARC A3 Pro Karaoke Party Speaker


  • Powerful 160W Stereo Sound.
  • 4 Driver Units(2 Woofers+2 Mid-tweeters).
  • Supports 2 Wireless Microphones & 1 Wired Microphone.
  • Guitar Input.
  • Recording, Sound Card, Monitoring.
  • Built-in 24000mAh Battery.

SOUNARC A1 Karaoke Party Speaker

bluetooth speakers

  • Powerful 80W Stereo Sound
  • 2 Full-range Speakers
  • 2 Wireless Microphones included & Wired Mic Inputs
  • Built-in 6000mAh Battery
  • Stereo Pairing
  • IPX6 Waterproof 

SOUNARC K1 Karaoke Party Speaker

party speaker

  • Powerful 150W Stereo Sound
  • Dynamic 2.2 Channel System
  • 2 Wireless Microphones included & Inputs for 1 Wired Microphone 
  • Built-in 18000mAh Battery
  • Stereo Pairing
  • IPX6 Waterproof 

SOUNARC K2 Karaoke Party Speaker

karaoke speakers

  • Powerful 200W Stereo Sound
  • Dynamic 2.2 Channel System
  • 2 Wireless Microphone included & Inputs for 1 Wired Microphone
  • Built-in 24000mAh Battery
  • Stereo Pairing
  • IPX6 Waterproof

SOUNARC R2 Portable Speaker

portable speakers

  • 60W Stereo Sound
  • Bluetooth 5.3
  • IPX6 Waterproof
  • Stereo Pairing
  • TF Card & AUX-IN