I am in the process of putting my small home cinema room together, but am unsure regards my front L and R speaker proximity to the side walls, i.e how close I can have them? If relevant, the walls are decoupled and have a double layer plaster board, green glue and acoustic insulation.
I have x3 Def Tech UIW RLS II, and my plan is to have these around a TV, and then have a drop down acoustically transparent screen above, covering both bases. My room is only 2.5m wide though, and as I planned on getting a 75" TV at the very least, perhaps even 85", this would put the L and R speakers very close to the side walls.
Is that permissible? I was thinking by doing this, I would then need to angle the L and R towards my seating position slightly? That's certainly something I can easily do, as they're going in a false wall.
The other potential issue I realised, looking at the Dolby speaker set-up guide
, is that I will also have x2 Atmos speakers in the ceiling, and the way they suggest configuring this is with the Atmos speakers in line with the front L and R... but this wouldn't really be possible in my case, as I'm sure I don't want those ceiling speakers way off to the sides.
Any advice would be much appreciated.