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Re: long wall setup [message #96377 is a reply to message #96376] Wed, 15 February 2023 09:23 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Wayne Parham is currently offline  Wayne Parham
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As much as I love constant-directivity cornerhorns, I'd probably run three π or four π mains with three π flanking subs and possibly one or two distributed subs in your room.

I've run constant-directivity cornerhorns at each end of a long wall in rooms like that and it sounds good as far as spectral balance. But it usually loses stereo imaging and becomes more of a wall-of-sound. Sometimes you still get imaging but it's artificially separated, distant and wide.
 
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