#1 How to clean your speakers
Together with our Product Manager, Otto Jørgensen, we opened up the electronic advice pages and answered your questions about cleaning loudspeakers in the safest possible way - and got a truly memorable moment when Otto kisses a soft-dome tweeter.
#2 What’s an active crossover
It’s a common question: “What should I choose – active or passive speakers?” We wanted to remove some of the unknown, pull down the curtain if you will, about active crossovers and how they work. To do so, we invited our Senior Manager for Dynaudio Academy, Roland Hoffmann inside our Ask the Expert studio.
#3 The principle behind a Dynaudio tweeter
With the introduction of our new Special Forty anniversary speakers, we also presented the innovative Esotar Forty tweeter. Naturally, the talk quickly turned to: “Well, what’s better – Esotar2 or Esotar Forty?” Live from our showroom at the High-End Show in Munich, Otto and Roland discuss the basics behind a Dynaudio tweeter and which is better: Esotar2 or Esotar Forty.
#4 What’s room acoustics
In this one, our host Christopher Kjærulff, found himself in deep water when he tried to unpacked room acoustics in one go. However, Kristoffer Jørgensen, Acoustic Engineer, expertly guided us through a subject that’s more complex than one episode of Ask the Expert would usually be able to answer. Be warned. It’s a long one. Enjoy!
#5 How we tune hi-fi sound in a car
The final episode to make the top five is all about hi-fi audio in cars – and what it takes to reproduce serious sound in an environment filled with reflective surfaces. On this episode, Morten Hermansen, Senior Sound Tuner – Car, joined us to explain time-alignment, noise-dampening and what you can do to improve sound performance in your car - without spending a fortune.
But there’s so much more
Yes, so much more. And it’s just waiting for you to discover it. So why don’t you head over to our YouTube channel and subscribe to our Ask the Expert playlist? It’s your guide to the world of hi-fi and all of the technologies that together make up your loudspeakers.
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