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The Advantages of Floor Coupled Up-Firing Speakers
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Old 5th April 2020, 10:57 PM   #3401
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-yes, though not currently in use do to platform construction.

All 3 front channels are (..integrated into one long "soundbar"). It looks like a low height (around 15") bench right in front of a large screen on the wall.

Once I've finally gotten the HT finished, I'll start a build log (with pictures) in the Subwoofer section of the forum (..and I'll post another link here to that log). Right now Amazon is slowing things down for me, with delays to needed supplies for the build.
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All 3 front channels are (..integrated into one long "soundbar"). It looks like a low height (around 15") bench right in front of a large screen on the wall.
How does/did it sound without Atmos?
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How does/did it sound without Atmos?
Good, not great tracking, but more than good enough.

..and frankly "good" may be better than "great" in this instance, because the size of most heads in scenes are rather large and "great" tends to be a bit to "pin-point". In all other respects the sound is great.

My guess is though that with the tweeter addition it will be back to "pin-point".

These are the tweeters:

https://www.parts-express.com/pedocs...spec-sheet.pdf
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Good, not great tracking, but more than good enough.

..and frankly "good" may be better than "great" in this instance, because the size of most heads in scenes are rather large and "great" tends to be a bit to "pin-point". In all other respects the sound is great.

My guess is though that with the tweeter addition it will be back to "pin-point".

These are the tweeters:

https://www.parts-express.com/pedocs...spec-sheet.pdf
...even a triangle is not a pin sized sound source
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