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Old 12-06-2012, 07:58 PM - Thread Starter
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They are NGX NX-Pro 4 speakers, all the same, can be used in vertical or horizontal position. Right now I have them spread across under my plasma. I have watched a few movies (with the sub too) and they sounded pretty good. This is a real budget setup - 3.1 also.

Ignore the Advents as they are for my 2 channel listening.

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Look at the Advents, and then look at the TV - the Advents are a hint about
the L/R placement.

Also why are those speakers, hanging on the wall behind the TV?

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Okay, I understand about the L/R placement. I have some other stands, and I'll give them a try. The speakers on the wall are Boston Acoustics Subsat 6. I was using these with the sub a while ago.
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