At what price/pojint does the vaule for the money become riduclous?
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Anticipating counterarguments, rooms are not that important. Sure, you can spend hours with a SPL meter and glue foam/fabric traps all over the room and get anal about things. But a typical placement in a triangle with your listening seat is usually fine. I adjusted the distance apart, toe-in and distance from wall with my speakers and they sound pretty good. I'm sure a dedicated listening room would be better, but a little work has them sounding better than the HD-800.
What. I don't know you completely understand sound treatment, and especially bass traps. It's just not about glueing random foam traps somewhere..
 
I disagree with this statement, and say that the room is far more important than the speakers that are in the room.
 
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  What. I don't know you completely understand sound treatment, and especially bass traps. It's just not about glueing random foam traps somewhere..
 
I disagree with this statement, and say that the room is far more important than the speakers that are in the room.
 
I don't know who is right but I just looked around my room and visualized me doing that and had a chuckle.
 
I'm from the car audio industry and you can make $150 speakers sound better than $1000 speakers sometimes just from the car choice alone. The chassis is just as important as the driver sometimes but I dunno about room speakers.
 
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