room measured, now what is best w/o overkill

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by DaveAr, Sep 4, 2003.

  1. DaveAr

    DaveAr Stunt Coordinator

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    I have been here before and gotten great ideas and recommendations. I would like to get a little more technical now. I have made all the (I hope) nec. measurements in order to ask which speakers would suit/fit my room and needs. No better place than here.
    First: Rm Size : 14' x 13', 10' ceilings( walls in front and back, glass patio door on one side, open area to kitchen on opposite).
    Viewing : TV is 10' 8" from sofa
    Center Channel would be 54" off floor, 5" above TV on shelf (37"wide x 9" high)
    Floor to top of TV is 49" high (TV is in Ent Cntr)
    Would front speakers need to match this height?
    Front speakers would be approx 28" away from TV on either side ( CANNOT get closer due to glass cabinets)
    Seating : upon being seated ear level approx 48" high.
    Rear speakers need to match this height?
    Rear speakers would be approx 13' apart (on each side of sofa)
    The speakers considered are: M22's on stands (I have 2 kids ( 7&11), need stable stands. Or would M60's be TOO large in this area.
    I don't want to be OVERPOWERED, or over crowded.
    Qs 4 or QS8
    VP 100 or VP 150
    And stands for both front and rears.
    I think I covered all. Any suggestions?
    These would be paired with possibly an SVS sub (I will contact them based on figures)
    And either the Pioneer Elite 53TX , HK AVR 525 , (If I had cash) Pioneer 55 TXi. Most likely either of the first two.
    Thanks in advance
    Dave :b
     
  2. DaveAr

    DaveAr Stunt Coordinator

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    Nobody?
     
  3. TommyL

    TommyL Supporting Actor

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    I would think the 22's would be just fine...you team that up with a 2039 pc+ SVS and you will be in good shape all around..If you like the sound of the 22's it should be easy....for that room a pc+ is all you'll ever need...UNLESS you are gonna rock the house over a foot[​IMG]
     

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