Receiver/Speaker Setup - Large or Small?
I am working on setting up my speakers in a new space and am having trouble configuring the small/large section. I am new to having surrounds and want to make sure I've got things setup as optimally as possible. I'll begin by listing what my setup is:
Fronts: Polk LSiM 707 (Mt. Vernon Cherry)
Center: Polk LSiM 706c (Mt. Vernon Cherry)
Rear Surround: Polk 80 F/X-LS In-Ceiling Speakers
Side Surround: Polk 80 F/X-LS In-Ceiling Speakers
Subwoofer: No Sub Currently
I ran the Audyssey Calibration and I noticed that it designated all of my speakers as Large. I was under the impression that any surround/satellite speakers should be set to Small. That being said, not sure if that is true if I don't currently have a sub. My L/R/C are all very large and capable, so it makes sense to me that they were designated as Large, especially with no sub, but not sure about my surrounds. The specs for my surrounds are:
1x 8" (20.32 cm) d (Round) Dynamic Balance aerated polypropylene cone and rubber surround - Mid/Woofer
2x 0.75" (1.91 cm) d (Round) Dynamic Balance ring radiator tweeter - Tweeter
Total Frequency Response: 30 Hz → 33,000 Hz
Lower and Upper -3dB Limits: 45 Hz → 29,000 Hz
Any help or advice is appreciated. Thank you.
Speakers (7.0): Polk LSiM 707 L/R, LSiM 706c C, 80F/X-LS Rear/Side Surround In-Ceiling Speakers, No Sub
Calibration Gear: 2018 i1Display Pro OEM (HDR Model), i1Pro