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Also known as tower speakers, floor-standing speakers are just the ticket for large rooms and anyone who lives life out loud. Their large enclosures help tower speakers deliver more bass than their smaller bookshelf cousins.
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Not necessarily. Floor-standing speakers use a combination of larger drivers and spacious cabinets to produce full-range sound with great bass. But they are not the only way to go. A pair of smaller bookshelf speakers with a subwoofer might be a good fit for your room. Or you might use tower speakers as front left/right speakers in a surround sound setup with bookshelf speakers as the surrounds.
You'll see a recommended power range listed on individual speaker pages. This gives you a sense of how strong your amp should be. Another spec to consider is sensitivity: the lower the number, the more power the speakers need to play at a given volume. Giving your speakers more power not only lets you play them louder, it helps them render music and voices with greater detail.
Good speakers will sound good no matter what you play through them. If you're putting together a home theater system, it's common to use that same system for playing music as well as movies. Many home speakers are designed to work as part of a "voice-matched" surround sound system, which helps keep the sound consistent throughout your room.
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