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Appliance box for skirting duct Hager SL200559249010 Loudspeaker connection Already assembled Plastic Pure white

Appliance box for skirting duct Hager SL200559249010 Loudspeaker connection Already assembled Plastic Pure white

€78.78 +VAT
PLN 370.00
  • Manufacturer: Hager
  • Manufacturer Code: SL200559249010
  • EAN: 4012740894753
  • Equipped with: Loudspeaker connection
  • Colour: Pure white
  • Material: Plastic
  • Mounting method installation unit: Already assembled
  • Depth plinth skirting duct [mm]: 20
Response time: usually up to 2 days
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Loudspeaker sockets

Commercially available accessories include not only electrical and antenna sockets and connectors, but also elements designed for specific applications, such as flush-mounted speaker sockets. Manufacturers who have them in their offer often refer to the equipment series with their aesthetics, thanks to which it is possible to purchase speaker sockets that are part of a longer socket strip, ideally suited to the other equipment used in a given room or in the entire apartment.

Loudspeaker sockets in an audio installation

Speaker sockets offered by manufacturers of electrical equipment are available with 1, 2 or 4 pairs of inputs / outputs, but from a technical point of view it does not matter whether, for example, if you need 2 pairs of outputs, we will choose a 2-way or we will install two 1-way sockets. But why is it worth choosing speaker terminals instead of directly connecting the speakers to the amplifier? Aesthetic reasons speak for such a solution.

Orderly audio installation

Both professional and amateur audio equipment requires not only appropriate electronic devices such as an amplifier or receiver, but also speakers, which, in order to obtain the appropriate sound emission, should be located at an appropriate distance and at the right angle in relation to the listening position.

In addition to the devices, audio installation is also a tangled mess of cables and wires, so it's no wonder that many people choose to route it where possible in an orderly manner. The sections connecting the speakers (loudspeakers) with the amplifier are particularly important here, because they are by far the longest and the most difficult to hide. While the connections between the amplifier, the receiver and possibly the subwoofer are quite easy to hide behind the audio cabinet, it usually fails in the case of loudspeaker cables. Hence, in most cases, the idea of ​​running the cables under the plaster and introducing only short sections to the loudspeaker sockets installed directly behind the loudspeakers is worth considering.

Loudspeaker socket in a flush-mounted installation

A flush-mounted loudspeaker installation is the most aesthetic possible solution. The idea is to hide the section of the cable connecting the speakers with the audio equipment in the wall. It is realized by installing usually 1-way speaker socket behind the loudspeaker and 2-way speaker socket in the immediate vicinity of the amplifier. Of course, the number of audio jack outputs depends on the specific system, which can be simple (as in the example) or complicated.

The sockets between the amplifier and the loudspeakers are connected with column cables installed under the plaster, and then outside the wall there will only be short sections of the cable from the amplifier to the socket and from the socket to the column.

Despite the obvious advantage of a flush-mounted installation, which is the aesthetics of its performance and the ease of keeping order, the solution may not be suitable for those audiophiles who often change their equipment and invest in professional solutions, but all users of audio players who treat listening as amateurs should certainly take it into account. attention.

1X, 2X and 4X speaker socket

The loudspeaker sockets available in the commercial offer are usually made as 1-, 2- or 4-fold, which means that they have 2, 4 or 8 inputs / outputs arranged in pairs. Marked polarity in this case is exactly the same as usually used in audio equipment, i.e. the positive (plus) terminal is red, and the negative (minus) terminal is black. Each input and output is implemented as a separate clamp, therefore connecting the speakers to the socket will not be a problem, even for people who are not familiar with audio installations or equipment.