To a degree you are correct. The downside of this arrangement is each speaker pair is sharing the same cabinet space. Since these designs are acoustically sealed, while they do work together to move air or double the sound presence, they are fighting each other to a small degree as they attempt...
I think staking any speakers ALMOST doubles the entire sound field. This is a very subjective subject. I have been massing speakers down the end of my 30ftliving room all of them being driven as stereo using Niko Alpha 230 amplifiers. One Alpha is driving 8-ohm speaker pairs in A+B mode and...
well ya... But there is at least one EPI in the photos too. even on the test bench, there is an EPI M180 (Center Channel) in the mix with some AR-18s... ok I'm sorry they snuck in there.
(The next evil project involves setting up a mostly all EPI and Denon 9.2 surround sound playroom with EPI...
Back around 2001... I was working on some contracts and got sent to Oahu to do some work for the Navy. I was poking around the Hotel gift shop as the only customer on my first free weekend and got stopped cold... listening to the song that was playing. I went to a bored young Hawaiian...
EPI Speakers... Yup they are something special... Bought my first pair in 1974. Went to a local "Tweeter" and fell in love with the EPI M100s and came close to walking out with a pair... Then I heard the EPI M150 with a slightly richer lower end (bigger cabinet) and ended up with them. Dragged...
One incredible album where every cut fits
For testing new gear or speakers this is my "go to" album
Boz Scaggs - DIG
Note: The Chorus is
Stealing you away from me
You're living in a dream
Is getting the best of you..."