The point of utilizing multiple RELs in a system, whether for film sound or stereo music, is often lost on those who assume that this suggestion is only for the bass-crazed. In fact, when set up properly the adoption of multiple RELs allows for more even distribution of bass throughout the listening space and a much more natural experience. When using the Shotgun Theater Reference Mode (see REL Technology) and using 3 or more RELs (1-main l/R high level +.1 channel, 1-center high level only, 1 rear channels high level and .1) it is possible to produce a 3 dimensional stage which places the viewer/listener insidethe action taking place onscreen. This is essential for both enhancing the intimacy of smaller scenes as well as immersing the viewer/listener inside the biggest active scenes.
Articles in this section
- Are REL's Really Expensive? Why Does my Home Theater Need a Subwoofer of This Quality?
- Is There a Real Difference Between .1 and High Level Inputs?
- Everyone Recommends Using The .1 Input, Do I Really Need To Use the High Level Input?
- Why Not Buy a Matching Subwoofer From the Speaker Manufacturer?
- Why Do I Need More Than One REL in a Home Cinema System?
- Why Does My Home Cinema Even Need a REL Sub-Bass System?