OK! And one final point.
A lot of people seem to say the valves are noisey, and in bedrooms risk waking them up?
I must also admit, the notion that one Tado valve demanding more heat in that room, resulting in the boiler coming, to heat not just that room, but the 3-4 other radiators in the...
Thanks for that. Your account is perfect, and seems to match what I'd understood from others. So to confirm, for me to fit:-
1) Where the current thermostat is (in the hall) with two wires - Those wires are simply joined togethor as the controller at the boiler will now be switching the heating...
This is pretty much EXACTLY my setup, with the existing thermostat controlling the heating by just a pair of wires connected to the boiler or controller? Note: I have a British Gas UP2 controller, which I believe is basically the same as that!
So, as regards replacing it with a Tado unit:-
I mentioned some klipsch 2.1 speakers at one point which are around £200, but there seems to be a lot of talk of a sub buzz/hum.
I'll take a look at the Edifiers you've listed... Nice and cheap at least :)
I can play audio thru my existing (pap?) Cambridge Soundworks system or through my current Home Theatre setup (while its working), or used to be able to play it through my beloved Sony micro hifi system (in my study) before that unfortunately died.
I'm aware of the difference in (perceived)...
Understood, and I suspect it will sound very good.
But the issues against my tick boxes/order of requirements it puts crossed on are:
- Going to cost well over £200
- The speakers are large for my study desk.
- The woofer is large for my study floor.
My list and of importance has practicality...
Shouldn't be able to hear the sub? What's the point of it then? :)
From my understanding it fills in typically the 20-200ish hz range where normal speakers tend to struggle to produce audio. ie: If I turn my sub off on any of my units, I'll hear the difference given the appropriate audio playing.
Ahhh... The Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 speakers actually are under £200, and also do have a detachable volume controller which can be placed in a more conventient location - https://www.klipsch.co.uk/products/promedia-2-1-bluetooth
EDIT: A lot of users complain of a buzz from the sub.
Well, all I can say as a reference, is my little (now dead) 2.1 (actually 4.1) unit sounds fine in the room to my ear, for its purpose :)
At the moment the only unit that seems sensible pricewise/spec wise is that Wavemaster Moody. The more expensive Logitechs seems to offer no improvement in...
Understood... Different people, different drivers/values etc.
My study is basically 6ft square, so space and 'tidiness' is at a premium. Hence why smaller, tidy, user friendly speakers rate so highly for me, while they wouldn't obviously for others...
As you suggest, it is likely my little...