Let me ask this - my wife really likes the look of the mythos speaker system and, accordingly, almost wants to move them into the larger, open floor plan type living room that we have on our main floor, instead of putting them in a 14'*14', carpeted, square room upstairs that currently houses our HDTV.
The large room downstair has a two-story ceiling (so, 18 ft, say), very open floor plan, opens into the entirety of the downstairs pretty much. A much larger room, maybe 15 X 18. No drapes, hardwood floors, one area rug. We had actually placed the new HDTV upstairs when we bought it because the echo downstairs (or so I assume it was the echo) made our panasonic crt tv and Sony HTIB hard to hear - dialogue was obscured. We assumed that it was room acoustics.
Would these speakers (mythos st towers, mythos 10, gem xls) work in such a room, or would the acoustic problems affect things just as much as before? I'm getting an SC07 for my receiver, but I can't imagine a receiver can "anti-reverb" a room. Would the mcacc help in this regard, or is a live, echoy room cursed :-)
Anyway, I'll stop there, maybe folks have some ideas to share, similar arrangements.