There are a few things you can do to check if your DIY speakers are performing correctly:
1. Listen to a variety of music and pay attention to the overall sound quality. Is the sound clear, or is it distorted? Are the highs crisp, or are they harsh? Are the lows deep and full, or are they weak and boomy?
2. Check for any obvious physical issues with the speakers, such as loose or damaged components.
3. Test the speakers using a frequency sweep. You can use an online frequency sweep generator or a test tone CD to do this. Listen for any dropouts or changes in volume as the frequency changes.
4. Measure the speakers' frequency response using a microphone and a frequency analyzer. This will give you a more objective measurement of the speakers' performance.
5. Compare the performance of your DIY speakers to that of a known reference speaker, such as a commercial model, to get a sense of how they compare.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
There are a few ways to check if your DIY speakers are performing. One way is to use an oscilloscope. An oscilloscope is a device that measures the voltage and current of a signal, and can be used to measure the frequency response and distortion levels of a speaker. You can also compare the sound from your speakers to other speakers in their price range by taking them to a store, listening to them in different environments, or using music software and audio test tones to compare frequencies, distortion levels, and other sound characteristics.