Gentlemen: I recently came across 4 Silver 4 InWall speakers that I purchased from the insurance company who employs me. They were salvaged after being involved in a water damage claim in Tulsa, OK, and came from a very high end home theater. I also got a Digital Projection Ivision 20HD front projector which is currently in Deerfield Beach, FL, who is trying to repair the main logic board that got a little water on it. I'm hoping for the best as that's a $7,000 unit and I've herad good reviews. The speakers are in perfect shape, and so far I'm throttled by their performance. The only issue that has me a little baffled is that they appear to be designed to be mounted with the low frequency driver mounted on the top, and the two tweeters mounted on the bottom. The Triad press photos all appear to have them turned upside down. Either that, or mine are mounted incorrectly. Since Triads are not designed to be installed by anyone other than a licensed professional, which I am not, it's difficult to get information regarding their correct installation. They have stickers on the "top," marked right and left with an arrow pointing toward the front of the theater, so I think they're correct, but I want to make sure I have them correct before actually mounting them to the studs. Any thoughts? In addition, since I'm limited by space on the back wall, I have no choice but to place the two rear channel speakers only 2" from each other and slightly to the left of center. I've heard that they should be mounted with the arrows pointing toward each other. But since I'm still confused about the correct installation of the RS and LS channels, I don't want to take anything for granted. Please help. Thanks.
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4/14/08 at 9:40am