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For surround height, try 15* above your ears, when seated.
If your seat is 7 ft from the surrounds, then 23" above your ear to the tweeter.
If they are 10 ft away, then it would be 32" ft above.
As Fitz mentioned, toe-in your mains. You also did not state the room width, but if its 13~14' wide, then you should be able to spread the mains to 8', C/C of driver arrays, when toed-in.
The more distance you have from the speakers to the side walls, the better. But you also do not want them too close to each other.
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Last edited by 4DHD; 12-10-2014 at 02:43 PM.