Originally Posted by DonH50
Is it actually an outlet vent, or the return vent? If the latter, no problem. Either way , should be OK with 6" or so.
Is the little speaker there your main L speaker? Curious...
The 6" protrusion won't matter, and corner loading a sub increases its output so is neither wrong nor right, just something to consider when adjusting the response.
It is an outlet vent not a return. So the hot and cold air would be blowing directly on the sub. Like I said, I would imagine the sub might actually like the cool air, but probably not the hot air.
Yes, that little speaker is my main L speaker. It is from an old Kenwood HTIB I have. Do not worry though, it is only temporary and will be going away soon
I have 5 Cambridge s30 bookshelves on order that will replace everything. The 5 s30s and the LV12R will be my 5.1 setup (when they finally get here, I got an email saying the s30s were on backorder, and I am getting anxious
The Kenwoods are just for the meantime while I wait, and as a destination to give me something to run the speaker cables to.
Also, I will be putting the s30s on proper wall mounts, as opposed to the Kenwoods which are just hanging on a nail at the moment.
This made me think of something though, I do plan on mounting the s30 in these wall backets
in approximately the same location in that photo. Were you asking because that might be an issue mounting it there with with the sub under it? (or were you just asking because it is a tiny little plastic speaker hanging on a nail? lol)Edited by Goride - 3/5/13 at 12:39pm