Originally Posted by tone-deaf
Why would the number of drivers matter? Someone could have 30 old cube speakers (30 tiny drivers) that don't sound as good as 12 new quality drivers that consist of 6 larger and 6 tweeter drivers. Am I mistaken in my thinking? It's like bragging about how many cylinders in the car while getting passed by a newer, more powerful car with fewer cylinders.
I have 16 in one room driven by 770 watts and 7 in another room driven by 500 watts & they all sound great
Its a thread for fun no contest here.
I had just finished off the bedroom system for now I hope and I turned it up to 0db on the AMP. Anyway I have been around this stuff all my life one way or another but when I turned up the bedroom system it was loud kind crystal clear to my ears but very Loud. Maybe I am getting older but anyways I started counting drivers and there was alot of them made sense.
My bedroom is a decent size 30'x20' so I was kind of in awe that everything turned out so loud and clear.
In a nutshell when I counted 28 drivers it made some sense to me beacuse even though I have lots of drivers they do not seem to take up much space.
Hope this makes sense as I am still drinking my first cup of coffee