I'll be about 10 feet back.
I'm talking like this (attached) I was planning to build a top, bottom, 2 sides and leave the back open for all the ports. Speakers will be as tight as I can get them and maybe sealed between them.
To me that looks like 6 upside down book shelf speakers, the left one helps the listener to the right, the right one helps the left.
I'm curious why the curvature works and you dont get a bunch of problems. I trust BF wouldn't sell a complete POS LOL. But maybe there's some trickery going on?
Attached a picture of my test setup, while it wasn't perfect it didn't make me say "wow, dont ever do that!" Instead I said "damn, with matching speakers this could be the best center I've heard yet!" Lol. In theory 4 to 6 woofers and tweeters is super efficient and less distortion. Mmtmm centers dont work that well, but the same amount of tweeters and woofers is probably loads better at high volume.
- 6 BA CR6 array center channel, QSC AD-S82 L/R, 4 jbl 8330a surr , 8 jbl 12" subs w/Inuke 6000. JVC rs420, Denon x4000, Sony x800 -
Last edited by trilkb; 03-13-2019 at 06:32 PM.