Richter researches and develops its own proprietary drivers applying a process of continuous improvement, responding to advances in materials technology and increasingly demanding sound sources, notably from digital music and sound engineering on the one hand, and the rise of home cinema on the other.
Please note fine speakers may benefit from a ‘run-in’ period – driving them at moderate to medium volume levels until they have ‘settled in’.
Speaker placement for stereo listening
For best results, place your speakers 6–10 feet (1.8m–3m) apart. Angling the speakers toward the listening position can improve the stereo imaging. The speakers will produce the most accurate stereo soundstage when the angle between the listener and the speakers is between 40 and 60 degrees.
Richter’s wide dispersion tweeters maximise flexibility in speaker placement. (Tweeters are generally the most directional driver type.)
Generally, bass output will increase as the speaker is moved closer to a wall or corner but it may become ‘boomy’ if placed too close.
For best performance, place your speakers at least 51cm (20 inches) away from walls – but each room is different so try different positions and listen for yourself.
• If possible, position your speakers so the tweeters are approximately at ear level.