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I just moved into a new condo with very limited space and was thinking about putting my center on top of my sub just under my 60 inch Sharp. Any thoughts about sonic or audio issue? Thanks alot...
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Two thoughts:

1. The center of the front wall may or may not be a good spot for the sub. The only way to know is to try it out.
2. If the sub vibrates, and that vibration is transferred to the CC, it could have a sonic impact on the CC, or it could cause the CC to rattle against the sub.


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I have my Def Tech 3000 on top of the JTR S2 subwoofer. I am using 4 Mopads under the center channel as a buffer and a Great Gramma under the S2.. I have had NO issues with this setup. Also, I have my center/sub pulled away from the wall aligned up with the the mains...

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Emotiva UPA-2-Bi-Amped-Center
Definitive Technology BP-7004 (Mains), CLR 3000(Center), BP 1.2x (Rear & Side Surrounds)
JTR Sealed Captivator S2, PE Titanic 1000 watt Sonotube
Panasonic PT-AE8000u Projector, Panasonic Blu-Ray Player BDT-500
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