Originally Posted by The Bogg
if you are using the Dirac software it has a "multi-row" option. It takes measurements in both rows and comes up with a "compromise" result. Not sure how well it will work in that scenario but worth trying. You could make 3 presets - one for just front row, one for just rear row, and a third "compromise" set....
Well great, Dirac can do presets exactly as I just explained in my previous post , excellent .
A question to all :
Has anyone in this group had the opportunity to A/B between a 16 and 20+ channel system set up professionally in a treated room using Trinnov , Datastat, Lyngforf , Stormaudio, Acurus, etc. ? BTW I'm interested in home theater surround only, not two channel . Is there a noticeable difference worth the difference in cost for a two row average theater or is 16 channels enough when set up properly ?
Dedicated Theater: Sony VPL VW5000 , Panamorph DCR & ISCO III L Anamorphic Lens, Draper TecVision XT1800X Screen, 2.40:1 134" diagonal curved , Denon AVR-X8500 , 9.2.6 Atmos, Panasonic UB900, Oppo 203, Lumagen Pro 4440 , (3) Paradigm CI Elite E7-L+C+R fronts, , (2) CI Pro P80-IW Rear, (2) Paradigm SA-ADP In-wall Surround, (6) SIG-1.5R-30 v.3 In-Ceiling, Subwoofers: (2) SVS SB-16 Ultra , (1) SVS PC13-Ultra .
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