Small HT room and sub SPLs - information and advice needed

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  1. JerryW

    JerryW Supporting Actor

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    Ok, I'm going to be setting up a small dedicated HT. How small? Try 13' long x 10' wide x 8.5' ceilings, making the actual volume of it @ 1100 cubic feet. Like I said, it'll be small. So, what I'm wondering is this what can I expect in the way of SPLs from a single SVS 25-31CS (w/ 200 watts amplification)? I'm I right in thinking it would be pretty impressive?
    BTW, the reason I'm going with the dedicated HT is to get my gear out of the living room and the only room I have available is one of my guest rooms... unfortunately, my largest guest room is almost perfectly square and I don't think that would be conductive for a good HT audio experience.
    So, am I going in the right direction? Or is the room just going to be too damned small for such a venture?
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  2. Chip E

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    Too small? shit, i have a 20-39PC in a room 11'2" X 10'6" ! You are absolutely going in the right direction [​IMG], lol...
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  3. JerryW

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    Cool. Anyone else? Ron, Tom?
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