Should I try Bipole's for the surround or surround back speakers?
I am worried that the strange shape of the room and the wall of windows will not reflect sound well. Should I use them for the Side surrounds or the back surrounds?Why this layout?
I do not want to turn the couch to face the wall, away from the windows because of
What I have:
- The view
- The bookshelf storage
- I was planning on putting a projector on the back bookshelf and mounting a drop down screen in the valance in front of the balcony doors. (once I save enough for the PJ... I'm a grad student)
- Wife approval factor. She wants the couch to face the balcony.
- Onkyo sr506 7.1 reciever
- Polk rt600 front L/R
- Polk cs245i Center
- Polk fx300i
- 2 Polk M3 II (small corner style speakers)
47 vizio lcd, Comcast HD DVR, Bluray, , HDMI cable to computer in office.
Thanks for the opinions!3d apartment layout:
(yellow is current rear speakers with 5.1, red is proposed locations)
I meant to center the red surround back! I was thinking of putting one on one side of the cement protrusion and the other above the bookshelf. Can I use dipoles there?Staged
This is before I moved in and put in my theater, but I do not have a wide enough angle lens to capture the entire room in two shots like this:
From the opposite corner: (should say surround Right, not 1)The front (taken 6/16/2011)
Please ignore the wiring, I have wiremold to install! Plus curtains will pile up behind the stand.Looking at back left