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Speaker setup for a photography studio?

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Thread Starter 
I need some help with a quick recommendation before I start running cables like a mad man. I was able to rent a very old 1600sqft building for my photography studio. I would like to wired it for speakers. It doesn't need to be the audiophile paradise. I am reusing my old 5.1 yamaha receiver and ok speakers. I did a small diagram and hope this will work (I know anything will but again any recommendations are appreciated!)



By the way, it is open, there is no division between both sides... I only draw the support beam just to have it as the place where I am thinking I could hang the speakers... The speakers are in RED, I have 6 since 2 will be setup remotely using a wireless audio repeater/receiver from Rocketfish

Also, I have no idea where to place the subwoofer.

Thank you in advance!
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I would put the sub in the upper right corner. It should be out of the way and you'll hear it. Is there anything more you need from it?
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Are the speaker setup correct? I would like to use the beam just because it divide the room (being an open loft) but I'm not sure if those will sound ok. I think the rightmost 2 speakers will be the rear surround and the middle will be the front speakers and the 2 leftmost can be tapped from the front as well (those will be remote). Is that a good setup?
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