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I have a 65" panasonic vt30 and i sit about 91inches (65x1.4) away from it, both for 2D and 3D.

But as i move closer , i can see more depth and the viewing angle becomes wider. The experience becomes better.

But if i movr more forward i start getting closer to the middle of the room and i wont feel any bass from my subwoofer.

What shall i do ?
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I have a 65" panasonic vt30 and i sit about 91inches (65x1.4) away from it, both for 2D and 3D.

But as i move closer , i can see more depth and the viewing angle becomes wider. The experience becomes better.

But if i movr more forward i start getting closer to the middle of the room and i wont feel any bass from my subwoofer.

What shall i do ?

Put the sub at your new seating position and do the "sub crawl" again.


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