After spending hours (yes, literally hours
) adjusting the TV bracket/mount locations in an effort to have the sensor sit above the speaker, I realized that the only solution was to place the speaker on the shelf below, and move the receiver to the top. Here is what the final/current setup looks like:
I am not sure how I like this current setup. The speakers themselves sound great; but I have not calibrated or really demoed the speakers yet, but while listening at relatively low volumes (watching TV, sports) the center channel doesn't sound right. It is off-center in regards to the entertainment stand itself, but my main listening position is also off-center, and thus directly in-line with the speaker. I have the tweeter on the left side so that it is closer to the center of the room, and therefore closer to the other listening positions. Still, I can't help but feel that my ears "find" the speaker too easily. Everything sounds like it is coming from the right of the room, and from below the picture. I have the front of the cabinet elevated so that the tweeter points to ear level.
It might be that I am just used to having my Polk CSi5 centered on the top shelf, closer to ear height. Perhaps over time I will adapt, but for now it sounds a little odd...so if anyone has suggestions, please feel free to chime in!Edited by KtrainHurricane - 1/24/13 at 8:21pm