TIPS & TRICKS
Here You'll find all the information you need on how to install, connect, place, run-in, and much more in this Tips & tricks section click-in to benefit fully from your brand new loudspeakers.
The creation of a DALI loudspeaker is based on a wide range of technical parameters, while never losing sight of the ultimate goal:
To design loudspeakers capable of enhancing your music and film experience in your own living space.
So, let's get on with it. You'll find all the information you need on how to install, connect, place, run-in, and much more in the Tips & tricks section in the menu below in order to benefit fully from your brand new loudspeakers.
In order to create the best possible stereo image, DALI loudspeakers are designed in matching pairs.
The quality of the cables and the connections influence the sound reproduction. Choose a speaker cable that suits your equipment and musical taste. Always use equal lengths of cables for the left and right loudspeakers.
Even small differences in the positioning of loudspeakers can have a significant impact on performance, especially on the soundstage focus and bass quality.
A loudspeaker is a mechanical device and as such requires an extended initial period of normal use during which you will notice a gradual improvement in sound quality.
The power handling of a loudspeaker is very much dependent on the type of music reproduced. Since a music signal simultaneously consists of a broad range of frequencies, it is not possible to define maximum power handling in meaningful terms.
Loudspeakers perform best in rooms with normal furnishings such as bookshelves, flowers, vases, and soft furniture. Such as experimenting with loudspeaker positioning will impact the sound image, so will moving your furniture position.
Match power levels so that all speakers should sound equally loud at the listening position. An accurate Sound Pressure Level meter will make system calibration easier and more precise.