Question about Sony HTSS360 Theater System
If you refer to the manual it will be explained. Generally, you have to compensate for two parameters that will vary with the distance and location each speaker will be relative to your listening position. Time delay and loudness.
If you don't compensate, each speaker's sounds from each will arrive at different times and your ear/brain will process the image unclearly and unconvincingly. An echo from behind you might arrive at the same tiome or before the primary event in the recording that created it, for example. The further a speaker is away, the quieter it will seem to be.
Then there's bass management. Using bass-deficient satellites requires the bass to be routed (managed) to a speaker that CAN handle it. This avoids speaker damage of the satellites and is, IMHO, a severe compromise in sound, or a victory of form over function for those who want minimum visibility from their sound systems. Contrary to the press regarding bass as being non-directional an explosion or other loud event from the rear of the room will not be convincing if the bass segment of it comes from in front.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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