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Unraveling the Pedigree of Your Premium Speakers: A Deep Dive into Component Quality

With the proliferation of high-end audio equipment in today's market, discerning audiophiles are constantly searching for the next best thing to enhance their sound experience. It's easy to be swayed by flashy product descriptions and the alluring promise of superior audio quality. But if you wouldn't purchase a $3000 pedigree puppy without understanding its lineage, why would you invest in a high-end speaker without knowing the components that truly make it sing? Let's explore this critical aspect further.

In the world of audio, just like any other, the product's excellence is often the sum of its parts. When it comes to premium speakers, the importance of high-quality components cannot be overstated. It's like a top-tier orchestra: each musician plays their part to perfection, contributing to a harmonious symphony. Similarly, each component in a speaker contributes to the overall sound experience. The diaphragm, the voice coil, the magnet – each piece matters.

Some high-end manufacturers often claim superlative performance from components that they tout as their own design. The truth? Not always as it appears. Let's take a look at a specific example.


Consider the case of an expensive speaker brand that claimed its tweeters were of a unique, proprietary design, leading to extraordinary sound quality. Upon further inspection by discerning audiophiles, it was discovered that the so-called proprietary tweeters were, in fact, regular off-the-shelf items that could be bought at a fraction of the price. This practice not only misleads consumers but also undermines the genuine innovations and advancements made by dedicated audio manufacturers.


At Shinjitsu Audio, we believe in transparency and the true value of components. We take pride in the pedigree of every component that goes into our speakers because we understand that each part plays a critical role in delivering the purest sound to our customers. We source our components from reputable manufacturers known for their high-quality products, and we're not shy about sharing these details.


Our speakers' magnets, for example, are sourced from a top-tier manufacturer that also supplies parts for the aerospace industry. The voice coils in our speakers are wound with the finest copper wire available, sourced from a company renowned for its superior metallurgy.

In essence, the pedigree of the components in your speakers matters just as much as the pedigree of a show dog or a racehorse. So the next time you're considering a high-end speaker purchase, ask about the pedigree of the components. Understanding the lineage of these parts can help you make an informed decision and ensure you're getting genuine value for your money.


At Shinjitsu Audio, we're committed to providing not just superior sound but also complete transparency. After all, we believe that the melody of truth is the sweetest sound of all.

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I absolutely adore my shinjitsu audio loudspeakers. The exact pair I have includes two subwoofer base module that stands below the similarly gorgeous standard with the foreign Twitter on the top of that top box loudspeaker. Awesome sound, room filling in a relatively flat delivery when you sit say 7 ft away from your pair. Highly versatile, you couldn't do better for 10K in the open market. I believe in DTC and I exclusively use DTC as I replace other manufacturers components.


To wit: if it cost the manufacturer $2,000 in its overall cost, including research and development which is outstanding in designing that particular $2,000 speaker. He then sells it to a distributor for $4,000, who then sells it…


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