Thanks for the reply,
What i meant by the wall the speakers at is - The speaker is firing into the longer wall (7,8m), It is a living room and behind my listening position (sofa) is a dinner table.
As such, the most i can do is probably re arrange to move back my listening position (sofa) to 4m.. i am from indonesia and here there arent that many options for higher end speakers.. thus the dilemma about c30 or c60.
in my room the ideal distance (aesthetic) is 50cm from rear port to the front wall, 1m may be a little stretching. I have treated the first reflection point on the side wall, and a bunch of absorber behind the speaker with "air" behind it. no measurement has been done though.
With your experience, with speakers like C4 and other floorstander, which is more important in regard to the distance to the rear vs side wall?
As in, in general can one compensate the lack of distance from rear port to the wall (rear port to wall 50cm) by giving it more speaker distance to the side wall 1,5m?
In my country, no demo is available.. dealer is also unknowledgeable about audio.. even told me c4 work great in a 3x3m room which i dont believe.. and they charge like 350USD converted in dollar for a home demo which i dont really wanna pay. (this should be marketing no?)
the dealer store dimension is like 3x5m? with speakers lined up on their side wall, not a good demo condition IMO..
They have however some c30 reportedly have broken packaging and willing to cut me a somewhat better deal, c60 on the other hand will have to wait longer and wont come untiil early april, and this dealer isnt planning to ship any c60 unless someone orders it..