Hi-Fi Stereo Speakers in India at The Revolver Club
It has now become possible to buy high-quality stereo speakers in India online, and here’s how. The Revolver Club’s endless online inventory is filled with HiFi audio products including some of the best home stereo speakers in India as well as globally. Nope, these are not the consumer grade speakers manufactured for casual listening. These Hi-fi Stereo speakers are for the gourmet eating, world touring, financially independent and enviously successful millennials who like to cherish every aspect of their life.
Discover the world of true Hi-Fi audio and give your ears an experience like never before. With some of the leading global brands like Rega, Pro-Ject, Klipsch, Marantz, Audio Technica, Fyne Audio, Bluesound, KEF, Cambridge Audio, Clear Audio, Denon, etc. now finally made available in India at The Revolver Club’s online store. This surely sounds like music to the ears of a true audiophile. And for those who prefer to first experience the products and then buy, can visit the amazing and highly passionate team at The Revolver Club store located in the heart of Mumbai and shop for their favourite HiFi audio products.
Now you can listen to your Hi-Fi audio on some of the top-rated stereo speakers in India. Enjoy and cherish a true Hi-fi experience of a rich, clean and full range of sound. Whether it’s your favorite band, playlist, movies, Netflix or TV.
High-quality stereo systems are next level when compared to consumer level speakers available online at some big e-commerce websites. Music is more than just something for leisure for some. It’s more serious and thus needs some serious quality and benchmarks to be achieved and delivered by companies. If the consumer level speakers are like sedans and hatchbacks available across the country, then high fidelity stereo speakers are like supercars. It’s meant to really take your experience of Hi-Fi audio and music a few notches above.
So how do you recognise if a stereophonic speaker is truly a HiFi stereo speaker? The answer is simple. You have to listen. A high-end stereo speaker will deliver the sounds as accurately as possible with no distortions or unnecessary bass heaviness(One can always tweak a hi-fi stereo speaker as per their liking, but the best home stereo speakers deliver accurate audio signals out of the box). By training your ears, you can always differentiate between a good stereo speaker and a high-quality stereo speaker. If your ears are not trained enough yet, you need to know that specifications such as more frequency range, more efficiency, larger enclosure and larger drivers just mean a more capable speaker.
This means that a capable stereo speaker isn’t really a high-quality stereo speaker. You need to check instead how well the stereophonic speaker can deliver a flat frequency response, how lively it sounds, and how accurately it can reproduce the sound from the signal.
Now that’s a short answer for those planning to buy Hi-Fi stereo speakers. If you are a pro and already know about stereo speakers you can hop on to our buying guide in our home stereo system page, but for those who are suckers for details, here we go.
First, the basics, A typical stereo speaker (whether Hi-Fi or not) delivers audio from both sides when compared to a mono speaker. This means that one should be able to differentiate between sounds generated from either the left or right speaker. A mono speaker is just a single speaker, thus it fails to establish the dynamics of the sound, such as depth, distance, movement, etc. Therefore stereo speakers are the preferable option as it opens up a whole new world for a listener.
Right from where the sound is coming from to how far it’s coming from and also the movement of sound is noticeable in these high end stereo speakers. So a typical stereo speaker will comprise of one speaker delivering sounds from the right side, one speaker delivering sound from the left and one Sub-woofer/woofer to add the bass to the entire sound spectrum creating a 3D map in the minds of the listener.
Another basic one needs to understand is that a stereophonic speaker will deliver audio signals in three different ranges of frequencies. You must have come across various speaker illustrations that more often than not have three speakers in one rectangle shaped enclosure(box). One is small, one is mid-sized and the third being the biggest. These three circles usually shown on top of each other from smallest on top to biggest below are nothing but three different drivers built to deliver three different frequency ranges to eventually deliver the sound you desire. If you just purchase a pair of these speakers (they usually come in pair) you can get a true stereophonic speaker experience. But is that enough for an audiophile? That depends but often the answer is no. Two, three driver stereo speakers are not enough.
The high-end stereo speakers are the ones that consist of different speakers to be placed in different zones of your room so as to deliver the authentic surround sound stereo speakers experience. If you are a movie buff and if you are looking for home theatre speakers then you should surely read our home theatre system page. Let's have a look at these.
Stereo Speakers: Types of speakers
Tweeters - High Frequencies of Audio Signals.
The high frequency or the highs are delivered by the tweeters. Tweeters are also called treble speakers as they provide what is called trebles of a sound spectrum. These speakers are called tweeters because they produce a sound similar to a high tweet of birds.
Tweeters are traditionally crafted, designed and manufactured in almost the same way as the other two, just that these are smaller. The highs in the music sounds the best only when it is directed right at the listener. And that's the trouble with tweeters as it makes the sound highly directional making the placement of speakers highly important. While consumer level products manufacturing companies usually focus only on the bass and the mids, globally leading companies like Rega, Marantz, Denon and other such niche Hi-Fi audio products manufacturing companies focus on all three frequency ranges equally. This is what goes into making some of the top-rated stereo speakers available in India and globally.
Squawker/Mid-Range Speakers - Mid-Range Frequencies of Audio
Mid-range speakers deliver the ‘middle’ range of the spectrum, in numbers one can say audio frequencies between 500 Hz-5kHz. This is probably the most important range of frequencies. Due to this Mid-range speakers are responsible for producing most audible sounds, such as musical instruments and the human voice, etc. This makes it one of the most important speakers in the combination.
They are important because the ears of a human are most sensitive at the mid frequencies of a mid-range stereo speaker. It can deliver good quality audio at all ranges of volumes all of this while the driver can remain at a lower power.
Keep in mind that mid-range speakers can more often than not sound flat or dull as the speakers are unable to produce the extreme highs and lows of audio frequency. For a layperson, a mid-range speaker delivers dialogue and music with clarity which can also be called the context, but it is incomplete without the emotion in the voice and the bass in the sound which is delivered at the lower frequencies by woofers and sub-woofers. At the same time, the tweeter’s high frequencies are required for any sound effects such as glass breaking, car screeching, gunshots, etc. Some of the best stereo speakers in India have gained the top spot thanks to their incredibly true, crisp and undistorted mid-frequencies.
Woofers/Sub-Woofers - Low Range Frequencies of Audio
Tweeters deliver directional sounds like Gunshots. But then what about bomb explosions? What about the heart thumping feeling every time a plane is shown flying in a movie or when the beat drops in an audio track? What creates ripples in the coffee or your drink on your table? It’s the bass. The bass is what a lot of audiophiles truly enjoy in music. These are mostly listeners of genres like Hip-hop, post-rock, EDM, dance music and pop music. That’s why a lot of audio products are manufactured nowadays to deliver bass-heavy audio. Some just prefer it that way. In comes the Woofers and the Sub-woofers.
There are various types of woofers. There are standard woofers, subwoofers, mid-woofers and rotary woofers. All these different kinds of woofers are designed to deliver one thing - The bass. Well, this is extremely basic of information, right? You already knew this, didn’t you? But did you know that some woofers (mostly subwoofers) can produce audio frequencies lower than what humans can hear(we can only hear audio frequencies as low as 12Hz.) The sound frequencies produced lower than this are designed to be only felt. Remember the ripples in your coffee?
In high-end stereo speakers, these three speakers work in unison. In a typical 5.1 surround sound stereo speaker experience, the central driver is a mid-range speaker whereas the four speakers that surround the listener are satellite speakers/tweeters that deliver highs as well as some balanced mid-range frequencies. The additional .1 of the 5.1 is the subwoofer. This subwoofer comes in its own enclosure and adds the thump to the entire surround sound experience. Are you finding all of this interesting? Would you like to hear a demo? You can always scout for an audiophile friend of yours, or you can walk into The Revolver Club’s store in Mahim west - Mumbai. You can also visit their online Hi-fi audio retail store to buy some of the top-rated stereo speakers, turntables, amplifiers and much more.
But if you haven’t yet decided and if you are still confused which will be the best home stereo speakers for you, then our buying guide in our home stereo system blog is just the right solution for you.