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General speaker questions for audio and home theater.

RE: Dunlavy

Thanks for your comment.
The room would be a dedicated music room and long wall placement has long been my preferred setup anyway. so if there was say 12' between the speakers that would leave 5' to either side wall witch should work fine since Dunlavy recommend very direct toe-in aimed at the listener. AS for the seat, it would be against the opposite wall but that is also what Dunlavy recommends ( with absorbing material behind the listener. His view is that, at such short distance, our brain cannot separate the reflexion from the initial sound and chooses to ignore it...
My concern is with bass extension. I really don't want to give up those organ notes...

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