Should you get a second (or third) set of speakers?


Are you one of those people who collects speakers like they're sneakers?

A different pair for each day of the week? (You know who you are..)

But even if you've just got that one set and it's not really working for you.

You can't really hear what's going on in the music, balancing is tricky at best, adding space just never ends upright, and let's not even talk about the low end...

So now you're thinking about getting that other sweet looking speaker set.

You could just set it up right next to your existing set after all...

Well I'm here to tell you:


It's not gonna strengthen your insight into the music in any significant way.

In fact you'll make things worse because it's going to compromise the performance of your existing speakers.

If you want to another window into what is happening in your music, you need to do it the right way.



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