Not a stupid question.Might be a bit of a stupid question but I was wondering do you leave your speakers grills on or take them off before listening to music? I leave mine on.
Yes, I'm sure there was a more recent one, but here's one:I think there was a thread on this last year.
Given almost all modern speakers they really did some optical design or took a good standard format. That's why many brands nowadays look good without grills. Going back in time to the 70s and 80s they mainly cared about the appearance with a grill. There was a function first approach.After 47 years of grills on, Epicons grills off. Sound even more open and don’t look too bad naked.
Thats true, I just offer my grills to the speakers and they snatch them out of my hands.Much easier to achieve a grilles-off look these days with magnetic attachment. Back with older speakers it was often either / or as it was all to easy to break the plastic pins that held the grilles on.
Same with mine, thanks to those powerful Neodymium magnets in the grille, which also allow you to pin them to metal strips screwed on a wall.Thats true, I just offer my grills to the speakers and they snatch them out of my hands.
For all you know Kashifa Kabir, Becky Roberts and Verity Burns (all females who worked on testing hifi for What hi fi sound and vision) could love looking at a naked speaker.