Quick question. I have a pair od good old JAMO BX150A 3way boxes. My father bought them in 1994. They are connected to an onkyo TX8210R amplifier.
A few questions. First. Is it sonicali okay to keep these speakers on the floor considering i's listening from a chair and my head comes about 30cm above the tweeter?
I first taught floor would be a terrible position following the PA setup rules, SUB on the floor, mid slightly above the head, tweeter even more above the head. However online i read that these are "floorstanding speakers"
And then i also remembered that they had rubber feet on the bottom. So i tried putting them on the floor and honestly... when they are on the floor they sound better and more natural then in any position i tried. Are these actually designed to be on the floor?
Question two. The woofer membrane is a little rotted, suspension is not in best shape either. Would you reccomend replacing the suspension and foam surround or reconing those woofers or buying replacement jamo woofers. If replacement is an option witch would be the best 10' replacement woofer?
How good is this HIFI by todays manners. I mean to me they don't sound as good as my AKG K545 headphones but they do sound pretty damn god when playing FLAC trough them.