Surround speaker in wall location
Narrow room, 11.5’ x23’ deep. Going 7.2.4 setup (with a pair of surround for each of 2 rows). The inwall surround sound great about a foot behind the chair and tweeter with line of site to each person (about 54”). This is about 110 degrees. With having rear surround should I put them more in line at 90 degrees? Seems like it might need to be higher to get tweeter line of site to each person, thus defeating purpose of atmos speakers. Also concerned the speaker could end up a bit in front of listening position as well.
Also, is ideal height just high enough for tweeter to have line of sight, or should I go at 4’ since ceiling is 8’ to keep separation from floor level and atmos?
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