We hate math, but there are times when you really need to just break out the calculator in order to get your A/V gear optimized for your room, or in order to ensure you’re getting the right product in the first place. The Bassaholics over at the Audioholics web site have come up with a system to calculate the room size a subwoofer is best suited for.

Let’s face it, most people make their speaker decisions based on aesthetics, recommendations from friends, company reputation, dealer suggestions, price and in-person demos—but sound is a science, and you can apply a scientific method to determine how a device is going to operate in a specific environment. The procedure takes several elements into account including room size, room gain, listening position, and it includes some assumptions about what levels people typically listen to their subwoofers.

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