How are you liking the newer version of the Bose? Been contemplating on picking them up to replace these old logitech ones...
Btw, how much clearance do you have behind those Dynaudios? Hard to tell from the pic, and I'm curious if it poses any problems for you.
Come on, admit it, you guys dust and wax before you take the photo.
Personally I swiffer my desk every day... with two cats running around here it's almost a necessity.
In all reality I think it's more like, take pic, look at pic "Holy shit I need to dust and polish", dust and polish, take new pic, look at new pic "much better". Post pic!
Does anyone have speaker setups with multiple monitors (at least 2, preferably 3) in landscape? I'm looking for ideas on how to make that work, if possible.
I've got two displays and a set of monitors. The monitors are on either side of my main display, with my second display off to the left of the one monitor. If you're looking for bezels touching / surround gaming that kinda screws it up, by my second display is just a workspace so it's fine that it's offset.
This thread should be a sticky. So many good photos from over the years.
New HT/2ch listening rig. No sub yet, still saving up for a SVS SB-2000. Will be adding a turntable soon as well. Specs: Swans D2.1SE+, Emotiva PT-100, Emotiva UPA-200
I won't be leaving them in the living room - it's too wide open and asymmetrical to achieve any semblance of good imaging. Will probably move them to my bedroom where they will be hilariously overpowered, but in a space where reflections can be more easily controlled.
Invest to acoustic treatment. A couple of limp membrane resonators, diffusors and absorbers and you're golden. Those small stand speakers need good acoustics.
Definitely, I fully intend to put in some room treatment. Unfortunately, my living room is just not suited for audio, with high vaulted ceilings and an open connection to the atrium, dining room, kitchen, and staircase. The result is more or less an echo chamber with stray reflections everywhere...treating this space would be an absolute nightmare. Once I make some space in bedroom and get everything moved up there, I'll be able to control those reflections a lot more easily with treatment. The plan is to put bass traps in the corners (I've since added a cheap sub for now, Energy S10.3) and absorbers/diffusers at the first reflection points...should be plenty given it's a tiny 11x11 room.
What's the general consensus on constructing panels vs purchasing premade? Treating my room with panels from GIK would run close to $400....would I be able to achieve a similar level of performance going the DIY route?