What I have is not the ideal listening room, but unfortunately unless I take out some permits...I need to make the best of it.
The room is rectangular with 8' ceilings, an equilateral triangle as a sweet spot has turned into quite the isoceles. I thought of relocating the door into the spare room to the left but the HVAC ducting will leave some head scars.
I have a couch on the left wall and the 2nd smaller couch is turned sideways as my main seating position, however it's roughly 17' from the speakers.
The room is 158" wide (13'2) with the speakers next to the TV, they are 64" apart (5'4") If I place the right speaker near the wall, then they are 90" apart ( 7'6")
The room is 23' long so that puts the seating position 6' from the rear wall, which consists of a fireplace in the center. I've been asking around about this room but want to ask the Polkies since that will likely stay as my main gear. I have some rockwool so I can build some panels at varying thickness up to 3 1/2"
I'm also currently looking for a pair of SDA's so before I finalize a pair, I would also like to know if what I have is either doable or just not worth having SDA's alongside of trying to make regular speakers work.
My fronts are RT800's with a CS400 center, I can move some things around but obviously i'm limited.
There are a few more kids toys but for the most part this is what I have, the cat tree has been replaced with legos and such.
Also the slider does have a thick curtain for it.