Originally Posted by djbluemax1
Yes, I would definitely raise the speaker above the oven if you choose to go that route. You need to have a clear line of sight to the tweeter and midrange divers in the speaker. Blocking them with an oven would be bad.
As for the pro-calibration, that would be for someone else to answer as I don't have a pro-capable avr at the moment, so I haven't tried it.
And no, I've never had a Radeon card.
1. I dont mean line of sight to listener is blocked. Door will be closed
I mean that there is not a free line of sight from the front speakers to the wide speakers and since it is supposed to handle room reflections I guess if the reflection from the front bounce in the oven there will be a timing issue (i refer to wide speaker on the left side in picture A between oven and door). If i raise it the tweeters for fronts and wides will be at different heights (about 30-40cm) which is not acc to DSX spec, so wonder what is worst
2. Out of intrest, which reciever do you have. I plan on the Integra 80.3 pre, could be that there is a difference in how good it handles assymetrical setups?
3. Ok, good to know. Think his name was only DjBlu (not Max in the end)
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