Thanks low325. What do you like about the Deville?
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I'm still in the process of researching speakers. Just wondering how far you find it to have your Super Nines out from the front and side walls. Also, how far away do you sit from your speakers.
To give you an idea of my room; the speakers are 56", front baffle to front wall. 7' apart, center to center. 4' center to side wall. My seat is approx 10' from the front baffle of the speakers. of course if I move the speaker closer to the front wall, this would alow for a greater distance between my seat and the speaker fronts. The room is 15' X 13', but opens up in back of my seating position to a 15' X 17' kitchen. This is a multi-purpose room, so there are furnishings to contend with.
Thanks for your help and time
@ladok If you are seriously looking at the Zu stuff, I would use a little caution. As mentioned elsewhere, people either love them or hate them. I've only heard them at shows and as much as I want to like them, I never do. I am going to hear a pair with some really nice amplification in the next couple of weeks and am anxious to hear a pair well set up and not at a show. Hope I hear what everyone loves about them. The moral of the story is to make sure you hear these before taking the plunge on them.
For a large room if you have corners available Corner Horns are fantastic and on the used market a real steal. The other bonus is they are out of your living space but fill the whole room with sound. If you want more Volti has a driver / crossover update that makes them supposedly better. I bought a pair on the cheap thinking I would perform the update but after I got them in the room I can't convince myself that the extra money is required.
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