copied from revel thread....legit question....
I would be interested in how the size of a room is engineered for by the speaker designers...sry if covered before...
for example my space which is open floor single story house where 50x30ft is all open, I can walk around the floorplan and easily have entire half of room 10+ db down...but still have locked center image. so then I think back to how speakers are measured and I thought the mics were pretty close for spins. I assume it just takes bigger speakers and more power.
so my question then gets back to filling a room with sound and how do I determine that other than buying and listening? this isnt what sounds the best question, but more along the lines of filling a space the best. Im quite happy with tiny bookshelves in my office with a sub, listening from 3-4ft away.
is this why people like multichannel music so much? just curious on a bit of science and design vs size of space. are the bookshelves and towers measured for the same size space?
Power: Marantz sr7008, NAD C 275Bee x 2, Video: Oppo 103, Samsung 75un6300
Speakers: Focal aria 948, Focal cc900, Klipsch synergy KSF 10.5, Magnepan LRS
Subs: Rythmik FV25HP, Rythmik FV15HP