The listening room has the greatest impact on the resulting sound quality. Since the dimensions of home listening rooms are small in terms of sound wavelengths, conditions for applying small room acoustical adjustment are other than for large listening rooms, such as concert halls or even outdoor spaces. In the small listening room, there are many reflections and many standing waves. Direct reflections from the nearest walls cause most distortions at middle and high frequencies due to the fact, that a direct acoustic signal from the loudspeaker system comes into your ear, as well as a direct reflection signal from the walls, floor, or ceiling that is only a few meters longer. Even though the acoustic signal level drops with a square of distance from the source, this signal is only slightly lower in acoustic levels and only a few milliseconds delayed than the direct signal because its path to the ear is only a little longer than the direct signal path. These two acoustic signals are added together and thus there is a large distortion in relation to the original acoustic information from the acoustic transducer (loudspeaker).
The biggest problem of listening space is the basic dimension of the room!! If the basic dimension is wrongly chosen, virtually the acoustics of the interior space are very difficult to solve. You can find out more in our E-book.
It is always necessary to realize that it is necessary to hear it and not to believe to someone who only told you about that. Our listening room is small, but it's good to see that even it can be used.
Below you can see images from tests of different speaker systems in our listening room.