Would love yalls help, perhaps I can even engage one of you all professionally as a consultant?
Greetings so we have a brewery. And we want to turn 8000 swft of it into an event space (30 foot warehouse ceilings). The space is essentially a long rectangle, call it 200ft X 40ft with 30 foot vaulted ceilings. Now at my house I am driving some b&w 602s with a nad320BEE and it sounds fantastic. I brought my setup for a small 20X 20 dance floor in our warehouse, and it sounded great. These speakers are rated for 120watts and in my small experiment with my NAD which outputs 50watts per channel they sounded pretty amazing (before the NAD overheated). So it got me thinking and if I were to put say 12 -16 of them, 6-8 on each side that would be a speaker each 30 feet or so, properly powered.... perhaps this would sound great for the money with some 18" subwoofers mixed in. I want to shoot to have the capacity to go to discotec levels of volume, say 100-105db for the dance floor (1/4 of the space), and something around 90 for the rest of the bar (google said that was normal) area.....My question(s) are, considering these are 400 a pair on ebay, and I know I love the sound, is the idea of getting a bunch of these interspersed with 18" subs a good idea for value / quality / this application (bar / discotec)? Is there a way better speaker that offers superior quality / price performance? I just love the sonic quality of these b&w's and figured might as well start with what I already know I love Would love yalls help, perhaps I can even engage one of you all professionally as a consultant?ThanksTodd
Todd - As stated let us know where you are. But what you suggest is expensive and won't do what you think.1 - The environment in the club will have much more ambient noise. Your home speakers aren't loud enough2 - They are not designed to cover an area as you think, the actual sweet spot is very small3 - Mechanically they are not designed to be hung over people's heads4 - The overlap zones will have interference from the other speakersHow much of the area do you want to cover with "dance floor" level sound and how much do you want to be a talking level?
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