I have a dedicated room for my home theater - unfortunately it's very small - approx. 2.4 * 3.8 meters. I'm looking for a knew set of 6.1 or 7.1 speakers, and at the movement I am very keen on the Jamo D6PEX 6.1. My worries is, that this system is to mutch for such a small space (it's THX Ultra certified). Is the room size going to prohibit (is that the right word?) the speakers from delivering the good stuff? I have heard this speaker package a few days ago - and it's fabulous. Gotta love it! But the listening room was twice the size - here it sounded nothing but amazing. In Jamos setup-material they show that there should be a minimum of 2 meters between the center of the LF-speaker and the LR-speaker. Having the room 2.4 meters wide, and the 3 front speakers 0.6 meters wide each, doesn't leave much space between the three front speakers (approx 0.2 meters). Is this going to compomise the sound in any way - channel seperation for one. I will be glad to receive any opinion on the matter. Thank you on forehand. Marco - from Denmark, Europe.