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post #1 of 3 Old 06-17-2013, 09:01 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello smile.gif,

This was my setup.



BEFORE




Then, I decided to mount the tv so we were able to swivel it, and I also decided that the center speaker should go on top of the tv, because I have a small girl and that speaker was really expensive (for me smile.gif)


I decided to buy a metal shelf for the speaker so it ended up like this:


AFTER





Im planning to tilt down the center speaker with a pair of rubber door locks, also, a pair of Monitor audio RX2s are on their way, but my concer is the height of the tv.

Do you think the tv ended up too high?


I would like to read your opinion, also in the event the height is not right, can this be corrected?

This is the distance from setup to main viewing position (photo taken BEFORE getting the center speaker and mounting tv):




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Any thoughts guys confused.gif

thanks in advance
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What's the question? Whether we think your TV is too high? Well doo you think it is too high?

Conventional wisdom would tell you that if you're sitting upright, the top third of the TV should be at the elevation of your eyes. I don't personally buy into that; I've had a TV above a fireplace since 2006 wink.gif
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