treitz3 wrote:..........................Yeah, let me tell you guys something.....that rig has surprised plenty of folks. You wouldn't think [at least we didn't] that with the sweet spot being only 4 feet away that the speakers would disappear and them presenting a sound stage at least 15 feet wide. One of the last things I said before we put it together was....."Well, nobody would want to sit in the sweet spot but it would be nice for background music or something".....as soon as we set the rig up? We didn't leave the sweet spot for almost 3 hours. Damn, that rig has it goin' on.....................................
I can't tell you how many times I have been told my EXTREMELY near field system couldn't possibly sound good, or image properly. But I just keep
Well, Bruce, I can tell you this. I have experimented more with near field listening and it definitely has it's advantages and it's disadvantages. That rig we set up at Carverfest was a definite joy to listen too. Arguably the most "fun" we had in a rig last year at Carverfest.
Has anybody or does anybody else enjoy near field listening on this forum?
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