Why do Wired 1 systems sound better?

At Wired 1 Consulting we will not compromise on the quality of the components that we use for your system. Whether it’s a multi zone audio/video system or a home theatre system, it can only sound as good as the speakers that are used in the finished project. SpeakerCraft represents, in our opinion, and the opinion of the rest of the custom installation industry, the best value/performance value that you can buy.

Innovations like “aim-able” tweeters and baffles (the entire faceplate of the speaker can be directed to the listener and were invented by SpeakerCraft these innovations, now often imitated, but never duplicated are now used by the rest of the in-wall speaker industry. They also use fantastic quality in all of the component parts in the speaker like high quality crossovers (the electronic component that separates the frequencies so that bass sounds go to woofer and high frequencies go to the tweeter. A lot of lesser manufacturers simply use a resistor to stop bass from going to the tweeter!). High quality gold plated wire terminals that will accept up to 10 gauge wire (not cheap plastic spring clips). The mounting dogs are also made to high quality standards that ensure you of a lifetime (guaranteed) of enjoyment from your SpeakerCraft speakers. The accompanying pictures of the “entry level” speakers in the AIM line show you the quality that is used from the ground up at SpeakerCraft!. Note the high quality silk dome tweeter and polypropylene bass speaker with butyl rubber suspension elements.

AIM speaker showing amiable tweeter and baffle.

AIM speaker showing amiable tweeter and baffle.

SpeakerCraft AIM series in-wall speaker.

SpeakerCraft AIM series in-wall speaker.

Back of an in-wall speaker showing quality crossover and terminals

Back of an in-wall speaker showing quality crossover and terminals

Close up of Back of an in-wall speaker showing quality crossover and terminals

Close up of Back of an in-wall speaker showing quality crossover and terminals

 

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