If room acoustics at dealer HiFI shows are such rubbish ….. ?

Which they frequently are and Digital room correction systems (which are supposed to cure this) are plentiful and relatively cheap (well some are)

Why do dealers not use them??? Seems to me it would be a complete no brainer. All those punters coming away from shows complaining that the sound was awful can't be good for business. Dealers spend thousands and thousands attending any given show, the room costs alone are astronomical. So why when for the sake of a few hundred quid do they not run these and let their system sound how they were meant to.

Be interested in a any dealers who attend shows offering their reasons for using or not using digital correction.

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