Newbe - thought of posting this in Entry Level but this forum may be more appropriate.
I am building a new room (office and hopefully listening room) and am concerned that it may be too small for quality listening.
Dimensions are about 15" square (not exactly square, one wall may be a foot longer), with two walls vaulted to a 9 or 9 1/2 foot ceiling. The two vaulted walls are connected forming a corner. So back wall is normal (where the speakers would be), right wall is normal, front wall (listening position) vaulted, left wall vaulted.
I can place the speakers 7 - 8 feet apart, can sit 8 feet back (speakers recommend listening distance match speaker distance) with at least 5 feet more behind me (vaulted).
Cool looking glass skylights (that can open) will be added to both vaulted ceilings.
I have a Cayin 50T tube amp, Dali IKON 6 speakers - thinking of adding a sub as well.
So is this doable, or am I gonna hate it? Any advice?