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View Poll Results: What Is Your Main Speaker Configuration?
Soundbar 4 0.26%
Soundbar w/subwoofer 20 1.32%
2.0 31 2.05%
2.1 36 2.38%
3.1 47 3.10%
4.1 20 1.32%
5.1 637 42.05%
6.1 31 2.05%
7.1 540 35.64%
9.1 78 5.15%
11.1 29 1.91%
More than 11.1 42 2.77%
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post #61 of 265 Old 05-02-2014, 08:23 AM
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Wish the poll hadn't put ".1" in the choices, since it seems to have been taken literally by a couple of people, and simply listed speaker counts (2, 5, 7, etc).

Went from a 5-speaker layout to 7 speakers (2 sides, 2 rears) in 1991 when I got a Fosgate processor that had 4 surround outputs. At the time I had no idea that discrete 5.1 material was going to show up on laserdisc in a few years.

So the notion of mapping each discrete channel to one-and-only-one speaker was foreign to me. Imagine my surprise a couple decades later when folks are saying that it's not worth going with a 7-speaker layout because there aren't enough 7.1 soundtracks. I never understood what one had to do with the other.

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currently its 3.1... that's good enough for me, but at some point I would love to step up to 5.1 but that would be all I would ever need.

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Last week, I asked about your main video display. But as all enthusiasts know, video is only half of the home-theater experience—the other half is audio. Most home-theater content is created for a 5.1-channel surround system, but other configurations include 6.1, 7.1, 9.1, and even 11.1, as illustrated below. Many sophisticated systems include more than one subwoofer (the ".1" in all these designations), but there is little content with more than one subwoofer channel.



In Audyssey DSX 11.1, a 7.1 system is augmented with two "wide" and two "height" channels.

At the other end of the spectrum are systems that include only two speakers with or without a sub (2.1 or 2.0, respectively) or maybe three front speakers (left, center, right) and a sub (3.1). Some systems have front left/right and surround left/right (4.1), creating a "phantom center." And some folks, especially those with their main system in a small room, opt for a soundbar, which might or might not include a separate subwoofer. I assume that few if any AVS members use the TV's internal speakers, which typically sound dreadful, in their main system.

What is the speaker configuration in your main system? Some systems include more than one subwoofer, in which case, select the option that reflects the number of main speakers in your system. Then, I hope you'll leave a comment describing your speaker system, including brand, models, and placement.

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...So the notion of mapping each discrete channel to one-and-only-one speaker was foreign to me. Imagine my surprise a couple decades later when folks are saying that it's not worth going with a 7-speaker layout because there aren't enough 7.1 soundtracks. I never understood what one had to do with the other.

By not having a one-to-one relationship with speaker-to-native channel, additional surround processing schemes split the channel information to multiple speakers, thus *diluting* or weakening the total amount of information intended for just one channel/speaker. You and others may like this effect and even consider it a superior thing, but others would prefer to have a more concentrated sound coming from an "anchor" or corner speaker. To each his own.


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I have a 7.2 system. The n.2 is handled by a pair of Polk PWS505 12" subwoofers, with the rear and surround back channels being "augmented" with a 10" subwoofer in each channel to fill out the bottom end (and run them as LARGE). I've been considering either an upgrade to my subwoofers to something that will dig a little deeper or possibly adding Front Height channels. I have mixed feelings about adding a "derived" channel that doesn't correspond to a discrete source channel.

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I had 5.1 until one of the crossovers in my speakers crapped out(identical LR/Rears). I've been running 3.1 for about 4 years now and I don't really miss the rears too much. I'm planning on going back to 5.1 when I upgrade my speakers a year or two from now, but I'm in no hurry.

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...So the notion of mapping each discrete channel to one-and-only-one speaker was foreign to me. Imagine my surprise a couple decades later when folks are saying that it's not worth going with a 7-speaker layout because there aren't enough 7.1 soundtracks. I never understood what one had to do with the other.

One example of having a discrete channel and speaker combination versus the creation of phantom speaker channel created by the sum of 2 discrete channels is up at the front sound stage. Compare a traditional 2.0 stereo music set up with a 3.0 speaker set up - 2 stereo front speakers with a center channel in between. Now feed the stereo pair with a discrete 2 channel source and then the 3 speaker combination - Front/Center/Right having a 3 channel discrete source.

Which speaker combination fills the void and creates the more realistic center stage imaging? *IMHO, it's not even a contest.*


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Currently 7.1. But it does not seem to work very well since the couch is now on the back wall in our new house. I thought i would try it out. The rear speaker are mounted above us and shoot downward towards the listener from the top of the wall.

Changing the wall system over to 5.2. Should be a difference. Hope i like it. Going from all orb audio to all jbl l820. We will see..lol

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I voted 9.1 even though right now I only have a 4.1 setup in our living room. I voted this way because... We used to have 9.1 in this room until we started on our new HT room which will have a 9.2 or more setup and that should be complete in the next couple of months.

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Before the 818 died with the UPA 7 I ran 9.2, L:CR with the 818 and surrounds and FH's through the 7.
The current stand-in Yammy 775 allows 7.1 + 2 "presence" and the pre-outs lets me run the basic 5 thru the 7
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My setup is temporarily a 7.1 since my old Velodyne F-1500 bit the dust a couple of months ago. (It had been relegated to second woof status when I got the big Paradigm Signature Sub 2 a little over a year ago.)

I plan to restore my system to a 7.2 as soon as I get another woof, which will probably be the Axiom EP800 v4.

No matter how good the Paradigm sub may be, I think 2 woofs are almost always better than 1 woof.

The easiest (and usually cheapest) way to improve the sound of your system is to put on a better recording.
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I voted 7.1 but I'm actually more like 6.2.

I run a phantom center and have two subs which are DSP tuned separately.

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currently its 3.1... that's good enough for me, but at some point I would love to step up to 5.1 but that would be all I would ever need.

Yeah...I said that once too...circa 1995. biggrin.gif

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7.1, back surrounds, dual subs
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Voted 9.x configuration. Running traditional 7.x + heights.

I would go beyond that, easily but my AVR only supports up to 9 main channels at a time regardless if using external amplifiers.

Waiting for Atmos/Auro/DTS-UHD/object etc so I can hopefully do >11.x audio at home.
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Wish the poll hadn't put ".1" in the choices, since it seems to have been taken literally by a couple of people, and simply listed speaker counts (2, 5, 7, etc).

Went from a 5-speaker layout to 7 speakers (2 sides, 2 rears) in 1991 when I got a Fosgate processor that had 4 surround outputs. At the time I had no idea that discrete 5.1 material was going to show up on laserdisc in a few years.

So the notion of mapping each discrete channel to one-and-only-one speaker was foreign to me. Imagine my surprise a couple decades later when folks are saying that it's not worth going with a 7-speaker layout because there aren't enough 7.1 soundtracks. I never understood what one had to do with the other.

Yet people are just fine upconverting 480i content on their native 1080p displays. wink.gif
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5.1 in my bedroom.

 

Currently building a system for the main room and strongly considering 4.1 or 6.1 with phantom center.  Just don't dig the center sound. 

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While I currently have 5.1, I will be be moving to 7.2 in the next few months.
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My prior system was 5.1, but I am currently wiring for Auro 3D in my current build, which will take me to 15 channels, plus subs. I'd like to incorporate a home version ot ATMOS, and I've seen some documentation that may let me do that by the time it's announced for the home, but it's too early to tell.  It's all about channel placement, and less about channel volume.  The more axes a theater has speakers on, the more enveloping the sound is.

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5.1 Standard(dual mono subs) + 2x Front Presence speakers:

Front Left|Center|Right (FL|FC|FR) . . . 3x Yamaha AST-S1 (aka YST-S1)

Surround Left|Right (SL|SR) . . . 2x Cambridge SoundWorks Ambiance

Front Presence Left|Right (FPL|FPR aka TpFL|TpFR) . . . 2x Harman|EPi 110 Series 2 "Wall Plane"

This speaker configuration has run unchanged since its initial setup around 1990, except for the addition of 2 sub woofers: a Harman|Infinity TSS-SUB450, and a Jamo SUB 550. However, the presently installed Yamaha RX-V667 AVR is the fourth surround processor to be employed on the system.


And in anticipation that a (mass market priced) 'next generation' 3Daudio processor might support something like a 5.1 Standard + 2x Front Wide + 4x Height speaker configuration, I have the following 8 additional speakers on-hand for a configuration upgrade:

Front Left|Right wide (FLw|FRw) . . . 2x Polk R50

Top Front Left|Right center (TpFLc|TpFRc) . . . 2x Harman|EPi 110 Series 2 "Wall Plane" . . . Planned attenuated volume "narrowed ambiance" version of native TpFL|TpFR content.

Top Surround Left|Right (TpSL|TpSR) . . . 2x Cambridge SoundWorks Ambiance

Top Back Left|Right (TpBL|TpBR) . . . 2x Cambridge SoundWorks Ambiance . . . Planned attenuated volume replication of TpSL|TpSR content.

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Surprised at the amount of 7.1.

Sometimes I feel like even 5.1 is a waste if I'm not sitting in the sweet spot between the surrounds. It hurts immersion more than it helps when you are sitting off-center and have one of the surround channels in your ear.
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I highly enjoy my 2.1 setup smile.gif but 5.1-11.1 all seem like a good idea if you have the room.
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Surprised at the amount of 7.1.

Sometimes I feel like even 5.1 is a waste if I'm not sitting in the sweet spot between the surrounds. It hurts immersion more than it helps when you are sitting off-center and have one of the surround channels in your ear.

Exactly.

Even though I'm always in room center, having the LS and RS just off to the *sides* of the center seating area, to me is just soo-not-right with a 5.1 native disc. I want the most sound coming from the LF/C/RF sound stage hitting my ears first and not the supplemental sides unless it's a panning steer of audio from front to back. And how do you get to the back if it's only a 5.1 native disc?

That's why I place my LS/RS speakers into the back corners of the room. I'd rather not have the rear two audio tracks of a native 5.1 disc which would be *originating* off to the *sides* of your *head* (LS/RS), and then *artificially smeared into* an additional back pair of speakers that a 7.1 sound processor would be doing when it *converts* a 5.1 audio disc into a 7.1 speaker array.


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I currently have 5.1.

When I move within a year or so Im looking into 7.1 with dual subs or possibly 11.1 with dual subs depending if I can get a dedicated room. smile.gif
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