I have made the decision that I'd like to purchase the 340SE speakers for my new home theater room to serve as the L/R/C channel speakers, with the 170's as the surrounds. My question regards mounting of the 340SE center channel.
The wall where my screen will be located is only 72inches from the top of the kickboard to the lower edge of the crown molding. My screen is about 52inches tall, leaving me with roughly 20 inches to place the center channel.
I presume placement above the screen would be best in this scenario, since I have two rows of seats, the second row located on an eight inch high riser.
After researching the net/AVS Forum, I'm considering placing the center on a wooden shelf above the screen and using doorstops to angle it downward. Alternatively, a TV mount could be used to mount the speaker above the screen, though the ones recommended for this purpose in the past seem to be unavailable currently.
I think some have used this tv stand?: http://www.racksandstands.com/Peerle...27-PE0346.html
Just wondering what the best solution might be in this scenario. thanks