26 April 2022
SEAS Application Notes
SEAS had earned a reputation for building some of the most high-end quality drivers available on the market today. This Norwegian-based company also has developed its own kit plans for you to build. In this blog, we are highlighting some of these DIY plans with a parts list for the drivers and crossover parts that you can use to start your own project!
24 March 2022
SMSL Two New Desktop Audio Stacks
When purchasing a desktop audio stack, it is usually important to match the synergy, tonality, and performance of audio decoders and amplifiers in order to achieve the highest possible performance within your budget and your audio output. To assist you to find the appropriate stack for your speaker systems, SMSL compiled two high-quality desktop stacks that include the latest and most reliable HiFi DACs, headphone amplifiers, and power amplifiers!
3 November 2021
Dayton Audio Distributor of the Year 2020
SoundImports has been named the "Dayton Audio Distributor of the Year" for the fourth year in a row due to its exceptional growth. We at SoundImports are honored to collaborate with Dayton Audio and share the same values of customer service and high-quality products.
6 October 2021
How to use measurement microphones, A basic guide to measure your (diy) audio system
You have just purchased a measurement microphone, but you are not sure how to use it. Or you are wondering if you need one and you require some more information. This blog will explain what a measurement microphone is and also contains two mini-guides. One for setting up an acoustic measurement and another about a neat measurement example: the gated measurement.
4 August 2021
Basic guide to speaker enclosures
The enclosure is instrumental in the functioning of any speaker. I started writing this blog to clarify the basic enclosures types and what they do, the good, the bad, and the sometimes ugly, in a way that is accessible but also gives enough depth to base your decision on when starting your speaker project.