Originally Posted by RAART
What I will do...
Though purely your choice, but you do have room to put the Desk behind the Sofa facing the speakers.
They we assume you would be able to use the Stereo system also as your computer sound system.
There are a lot of aspects that are pure preference. In that room, I would be inclined to put the Computer Desk (I assume Computer Desk) Behind the Couch facing the speakers.
The alcove at the top where the Desk is shown in the second photo could be used for storage of media and office files.
The RED Couch is significantly over sized, relatively speaking it looks about 10ft long. The original Gray Couch seemed closer to scale. I would also be inclined to move the Red Couch back so the back of the couch is about even with the vertical 24ft dimension line. Move the speaker narrower (farther form the side wall)
and Forward so you have between 1ft and 2ft behind them. Things are not the clear because they are not to scale, but I think if your rotate the Gray Couch and Desk 90° facing the Right Wall, the scale would be about right. Them move it to the left so the back of the couch is roughly even with the vertical 24ft dimension line.
Using the 15ft right wall as a reference, the Gray Couch is about 6.4ft, the Red Couch is 10ft, so the Gray Couch is more to scale. The Gray Desk, again using the 15ft wall as a reference, is about 5.7ft. A typical desk is in the 4ft to 5ft range. So, the point is, the Gray Couch and Desk are very close to scale.
Difficult to know for sure when I'm not there and can't see the actual furniture. But as stated is my best intuitive guess.
As to getting the sound from the Computer Desk (again, assuming it is a computer desk)
if your Computer and Amp have Blueooth, that solves that; transmit from the Computer to the Stereo.
Though there are other potential options. You can extend USB (as an example)
using Network Transmiter/Receiver over 100's of feet. (USB over CAT5)
One example, though these are pretty expensive -
There are other similar products, I referenced this one for convenience.
Common RCA cable can be run (in theory)
up to 100ft.
Again, getting expensive but there are wireless Computer to Stereo systems -
Still, in making these suggestions I am making some assumptions about the system and how it will be used, assumptions I can't really know for sure. But in concept, I stand by what I said.
Just a few thoughts.