Left,Center,Right Speaker Distance
I recently read an article that your left and right speakers should be the same distance apart as your center is from the main listening position.
My center is 10 feet from the MLP in my 15 x 21 room. (7.2) I moved my left and right 5 feet from the middle of the center speaker, which is about 2 feet each further than they used to be. They now look like they are too far apart. (A laser level was nice for aiming the L & R at the MLP)
My question is "Is the best way to do this?" Or does it even matter? One person said to set the distance to all speakers the same as as your center is to the MLP. Kinda didn't make sense to me.
So, what are your thoughts on my new speaker placement?
(LCD - Sony KDL -52 XBR4) (Receiver - Yamaha RX-A1040)(Blu Ray - Oppo BDP-83) (PS3)( Comcast X1) Speakers (L & R - Paradigm Studio 20) (Center -Paradigm CC-470) (Surrounds & Back Surrounds - Paradigm SA-15R in walls) (Subwoofer 1 - Sunfire HRS-12) (Subwoofer 2 - Paradigm PW-2100)