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Is an 18 foot long by 15.3 foot wide room too big for KEF Eggs E305?
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Hi- I have a Yamaha RXV775 and have read good reviews about the KEF 305 - space is not an issue its just that I have narrowed it down to this style speaker system or the Dali Zesor 1 5.1.  The room is 18 foot long and 15.3 foot wide - is this room too large to get the most from the KEF system?

 

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Is an 18 foot long by 15.3 foot wide room too big for KEF Eggs E

Dan,

My lounge in my flat is 7.3m long 4.57 m wide and my ceilings are 3.8m high. I used Kef fllorstanders with a NAD reciver in the lounge and it was great with movies and music. I had demoed the Kef eggs but they didn't do anything for me. My son coveted my set up and I gave it him for his 21st. I now have an Onkyo 905 and B&W 685 Theatre with the ASW610 subwoofer and absolutely love it.

My advice to you is to compare Kef and B&W satelites and bigger speakers on stands from their ranges and make an informed decision.

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Chris

Onkyo 905 B&W 685 Theatre & B&W ASW 610 subwoofer Panasonic DMR BWT 720

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Proper speakers all day long.

Proper speakers all day long. Cannot argue with Physics. Big space, big air to move, big speakers.

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That makes sense - are the

That makes sense - are the Dali Zensor 1s 5.1 considered proper speakers as I might go for them or would you recommend an alternative for the yamaha RXV775?

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Is an 18 foot long by 15.3 foot wide room too big for KEF Eggs E

If it is a "style" speaker package you are after, try the Monitor Audio Apex.

These will go well with the Yamaha and will fill that room.

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Hi - I don't mind if its

Hi - I don't mind if its style or traditional just as long as it gives the best sound in that room - my budget is anything up to 1,500 and my receiver is the yamaha 776 so any suggestions are welcome.  Would the Monitor Audio Apex be a better option than the Dali Zensor 1s - sorry quite new to all of this as I haven't really updated my system in hte last 10 years.

 

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Hi - thanks for your earlier

Hi - thanks for your earlier replies - I need to pull the trigger on a set of surround sound speakers soon as my home cinema room is nearing completion.  I am still leaning towards the Dali Zensor 1 sunnound sound package - are they the best option coupled with a Yamaha RX775 in an 18 foot long by 15.5 foot wide room?  Any help greatly appreciated - so thanks in advance.

 

 

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As long as the speakers are

As long as the speakers are capable, it's just down to how you use them and the set up.

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