Originally Posted by rmilyard
Sorry bad drawing. That is a small pony wall that the door opens to. There is a door stopper at bottom for it. I didn't place any subs in the room other that ones in BP towers. So no idea where Klipsh will go or if needed.
Also the 4 theater chairs will have these new SoundShakers installed and pit sofa will have my 4 Aura Bass Shakers added.
Ok, so as
said, use that speaker combo, just mount the BPX as far apart as you can on the back wall between the window and door and you'll be fine.
The Atmos speakers should be above the front edge of each row of seating for TF/TR.
No matter what wiring configuration you go with, make sure you run RCA cable for the surrounds as well, better to have it there than not.
Placement of the speakers is good, point the bass drivers of the surrounds facing out of course. (If I remember correctly the 7002's have identical driver arrangements for the mid drivers, so you should be able to do this.)
And of course the woofers of the 2000's facing each other.
Now for connections.... I'm thinking you have a couple of real options, just choose what sounds best to you.
For your Center, also just choose what sounds best to you, Large or Small with a crossover. (Probably 80Hz)
And as far as your Fronts, your just going to have to adjust the volume and low pass filter button to taste, phase/low frequency equalization will probably be centered, but again your room and personal taste will determine all of this.
1. Place your Sub under your center, Run your Fronts as Large with all the jumpers in place. Run your surrounds as Small with an 80Hz Crossover and connect your Powered Woofers on the 7002's with the RCA cables to your LFE on the receiver using a Y connector or connectors. (Remove any jumpers on the 7002's that you need to between the mid and lows, I just don't remember how they connect)
2. Don't use the Sub, connect the surrounds as above, but also do the same with the Fronts, Small, 60-80hz crossover, LFE to the Powered Woofers with RCA cables.
(REMOVE THE JUMPERS BETWEEN MID AND LOW, THIS IS A MUST
WITH THE 2000's)
3. Do the same as 2 but use the Sub as well, placement is up to you, but I'd try just in front of either surround, or again under the Center.
4. Place the Sub under the Center, run your Fronts and Surrounds as large with all the jumpers in place and speaker wire only. (Probably not enough LFE but it won't hurt anything to try, it might be OK to you)
On a side note, since I'm different, if it were me, I'd do connection 4 and add 2 more Subs placed right next to your surrounds and maybe even 2 up front instead of the one single, but again read my Sig and screen name...... LOL.
But it's your room, what sounds best to you....IS the right way.