Hello I am new here. I am 22 year old student/programmer from Finland.
At the moment my setup is:
Front: Wharfedale Diamond 122
Center: Wharfedale Diamond 102C
Subwoofer: Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) ASW610
AVR: NAD T757
TV: random 32"
Sound is good while listening music and wathing movies, but I am clearly missing something. That something is definitely surround/back speakers. Problem with those is my room which is completly asymmetric and have sloping ceiling. I made couple images to show it. I hope that you can understand my drawings.
Armchair is my main listening position. My head is 90cm(3 ft.) from floor and ~aproximately 3m(10ft.) ftom tv.
I have been thinking 3 different solutions:
1. Wharfedale Diamond 121 with stands. I could probably move bed and chair away from wall and place speakers near wall, 50cm behind
2. Wharfedale Diamond DFS. On bed side I could attach it to wall and another on backwall.
3. Klipsch RS-42 II Surround Speaker. 1 attached to wall on bed side and another on stand or table.
So I would like to hear your advices and ideas about my problem and I am open for other solutions and ideas too.
I am sorry if there is some typos in text. English is not my native language.