March 9, 2013

Denon E-Series Receivers Preview

Unfortunately, most of us do not have the perfect audio solution for every situation.  Most of us make do with what we have, and even if it is not idea, it can still work out well.  Speakers are sort of like monitors or television, in that we don’t like to have more of them than we actually need.  Some of us may find that two monitors helps us work better than having only one – but even two monitors can be a nuisance when you have to find ways to connected it and disconnect it from other peripherals.  Thankfully, even the lousiest mixer can make up for setup where only one set of speakers is allowed.

A pair of cheap bookshelf speakers may be on the only line tying together your computer, your entertainment system, and your decks – but if you can manage a better way to control audio, then the next step up would be a home theatre system.  Most of these systems will allow two set of speakers to be attached to them, so you can wire both the surround sound speakers as well as your regular two channel speaker when you are trying to spin something behind the decks.