Hi all, I have always wanted to setup a mixing space with two sets of studio monitors so I can listen to working sounds on two pairs as opposed to just one. There would likely be an A/B switch (or perhaps an easily accessible software control) that toggles between the two, such that switching between the pairs is instantaneous. This sounds like a very useful setup to quickly "field-test" the effects of the mixes/edits on other speakers, possibly consumer grade ones as well. In an ideal world, if two sets of speakers are set up independently in separate acoustically perfect rooms, there should be little to distinguish between the two pairs other than the inherent speaker sonic characteristic. The problem is this: it's quite widely accepted that the ideal speaker setup is an equilateral triangle formed with listening position. However, if you have a second pair of monitors in the same studio space, it becomes impossible to create two equilateral triangles. One of the two pairs has got to sit a little wider/narrower than the ideal equilateral. Because there has to be some sort of compromise, the positioning changes can react with the room acoustics differently, and cause inaccurate response. Not to mention, there may also be SBIR. Anyone out there with a setup comprising two or more pairs of speakers? What speakers/equipment do you use in your set up? How do you set up your studio to solve these problems? Thanks for reading, and I'd greatly appreciate your response!