Hello guys, i need an opinion.
I started building a new room in my new apartment. It's gonna be a small room: 540 x 282 cm, (sorry, I cant think in imperial units!). It's not high either, maybe 260 cm. I was looking for solutions on how to escape from the sensation of a small theater room. I found out that Audyssey DSX, with height and wide channels, can cause the feeling of an expanded room! I have been reading a lot on Audyssey site and a lot of recomendations from Chris Kyriakakis, mostly saying how importante wide channels are, and like they should be close to 60 degree angle to the center.
Well, here goes my problem...
As the room is almost twice lengh as it is wide, the front channels are not going to be 30 degrees from the center (60 from each other) as recomended, but only 18 degrees. And the wide channels might be at a 60 degree angle, but they will be very close to the listening position and sorround speakers.
The room was supposed to be, inicially, a 7.1 room. The surrounds and surround back are dipolar. I'll show you a diagram for you to see how close the wides are gonna be to the LP and surround. Sorry for the bad scan!
A and B are the places where the wide channel speakers are supposed to be!
Theorically, it should work... any thoughts?
Thank you very much for any assistance!
Your query seems to be similar to mine previously.