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Old 17th May 2011, 05:26 PM   #31
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Thank you. Just experimenting.

Note, the small bookshelves will provide "just about" adequate bass in a small room. I'd say 180 sq. ft. to 150 sq ft. or less.

Big rooms need not apply.
FWIW there's probably a lot more folks in that category than with 6000cu ft rooms, so the little baby bookshelves still have their niche.
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than with 6000cu ft rooms
My room is on the order of 10,000 ft^3, (~850 ft^2 floorspace) so if it produces adequate bass in my room it is more than likely to provide adequate bass in a smaller room.

My office on the other hand is ~800 ft^3 (100 ft^2 floorspace) and i am happy with the bass provided by a set of millis (usually FE127eN or EL70eN)

Chris' 3 rooms all fit in between these 2, so by shuffling speakers around we get a good handle on the effects of room volume.

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usually FE127eN or EL70eN

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It means that the drivers have been EnABLed. Pictures here.

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