The Best Speakers for Vinyl Records
If you’re a vinyl aficionado and want to get the best sound quality from your records, then you need some best speakers for vinyl under 100. There are many different types on the market that can help give your records that extra oomph.
First, we need to know what makes a speaker good for vinyl records. There are two main aspects: the wattage and the type of cone used in the speakers.
First, you’ll want to check your amplifier (the device that powers your speakers). Make sure it can handle as much power as possible from each speaker! This means picking out some big-time watts with those speakers. The more juice they have, the louder they will go without distortion or damage and still give you solid sound quality.
If your amplifier is only between five and ten watts per channel, don’t bother getting any high powered 50+ watt speakers because there probably won’t be enough oomph to make them rock hard like other types would do at their price range/wattage.
Second, you’ll want to know the type of cone your speakers use. If they are bass reflex or ported speakers, then it’s even more important that you make sure your amplifier has enough wattage! These types of cones need their own power source for pushing out those low frequency sounds at high volume without distortion or damage. Also keep in mind non-powered (passive) speakers don’t push as much wattage because the amplification comes directly from your amp instead of having a preamp inside each speaker itself like powered ones do – so passive speakers usually only require about five to ten watts per channel vs 50+ watts for active/powered ones if that makes sense?