Big bass in small room - utopia?
I have read and heard a lot that it is not possible to achieve good bass in a small room. Mine is 10m2. The bass would be boomy and uncontrolled. My first speakers were Dali Zenzors 5 floorstanders. They proved me it's not possible. Changed them for CM1s bookshelf speakers. Still on high volumes the bass is uncontrolled and boomy. "Too little space" they say. "Learn physics, read about wave length", "Forget about good bass". "They" are sales guys from hi-fi shops.
When I ask "Why in the very limited space of a car you can have good and tight bass" and "Why in the head-phones you can hear great bass" they start to babble some indefinit ideas about different technologies but having no idea about those technologies.
So I have two questions:
1) Is it really impossible to have good quality bass in a small room like mine with hi-fi speakers? Any ideas about those spiritual technologies?
2) If still there's a chance, then please advise stand-mounted speakers capable to work in a small room on mid and high volumes. And at low at very low volumes too, as now I use tone controlls at night. (I am familiar with loudness term. Let's omit it).
Yet, I suggest to neglect room acoustics subject. It is not possible for me to change speaker place (they now stand as far from walls as possible (0,5 - 1 m) and I am not ready to move furniture or cover walls with some stuff.