About Bookshelf Speakers


When the bookshelf speakers of Wharfedale are set to get the best out of it, the bookshelf speakers can give you some of the great sonic aspects of a standing speaker. While you can place a bookshelf speaker on a shelf, they will sound better on a loudspeaker that strikes in the room - very similar to what we have described for floor standing speakers of Wharfedale. Here you can go to different series. The EVO4 series is very popular by many music liar.

 

They will miss the deep bass of a tower, but some models, when they are linked to a subwoofer, are able to radiate a very large and convincing sound image for music. By using bookshelf speakers with a good subwoofer you can get quite close to the sound of a large tower speaker. This combination usually gives you more flexibility in placing the speakers, which can be great for someone who regularly moves from one home from one home. We must point out that if you have a good place for a bookshelf speaker on a standard, there may be a floor speaker that no longer takes up floor space than the STA / speaker combo. From a decorative point of view, however, it seems that a bookshelf occupies less space than a standing speaker with a comparable footprint.

 

The size of the Wharfedale bookshelf speakers can ensure that they seem to disappear more than a tower, giving you a great three-dimensional sound podium when you put them away from your walls on tripods. Adding a subwoofer can remove the bass load from a smaller bookshelf, which the mid-range performance actually improves. We think that if you want the full range of live sound, you want a good subwoofer to your bookshelf speakers you can best use your Wharfedale subwoofer!

 

For apartment residents one of the disadvantages of a bookshelf speaker is also an advantage. Their lack of deep bass ensures that they do not disturb your neighbors. With the bookshelf speakers of Wharfedale this will usually be no problem and when you connect it to a subwoofer. You can decrease the volume of the subwoofer separately for those moments that it is important to keep the noise level layer.

 

Bookshelf speakers can be a good choice for home cinema situations. They can be built into cupboards on either side of your screen. If you do not have the space or budget for a large standing speaker, a bookshelf speaker, especially in combination with a good subwoofer, can be a great way to listen to your favorite music!