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    How do you know if speaker can correctly pressurize your listening area\room?

    How can you know that speakers can correctly pressurize their listening area\room – is there a role of thumb for room vs. speaker cabinet size\drivers number\drivers size\driver technology?

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    Re: How do you know if speaker can correctly pressurize your listening area\room?

    As I said over on WB forum...

    "If you want to properly "pressurize" your room, that's what subwoofers are for. The loudspeakers should be positioned in the room for the best possible stereo imaging and sound stage width and depth. THEN you bring in the subs (2 at minimum) in the optimal locations in the room for the best bass response."
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    Re: How do you know if speaker can correctly pressurize your listening area\room?

    Quote Originally Posted by chops View Post
    As I said over on WB forum...

    "If you want to properly "pressurize" your room, that's what subwoofers are for. The loudspeakers should be positioned in the room for the best possible stereo imaging and sound stage width and depth. THEN you bring in the subs (2 at minimum) in the optimal locations in the room for the best bass response."
    Thanks for the elaborated comment on the matter.

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