AVS Forum banner
surround sound and speaker placement
1-7 of 7 Results
  1. Soundbars
    I am a first time poster. I’m finishing my basement and my wife and I are considering some type of surround sound. The basement has an open layout (its not a theater room) and will be generally be used by our family to watch movies and by me to watch sporting events. From what I read on the...
  2. Speakers
    I am beginning the journey of my first high end ( to me)install with a family room that is open concept on the right side. Due to the right side not having a wall to install my surrounds my Magnolia rep suggested foregoing to right and left surrounds and install R/L Rear speakers. When I asked...
  3. Dedicated Theater Design & Construction
    Hi there, can someone help me understand how the surround speakers work? They have two twitters, is it because if placed between the front row and the back row, one twitter will shoot at the front row while the other shoots at the wall to bounce back to the back row? I'm trying to understand why...
  4. Audio Theory, Setup, and Chat
    I appreciate you taking the time to give me some advice on this. I am lost at what to do. I just received a Denon AVR 2802 and I am not sure if it will benefit me. I currently run 3 TVs and only use sound on my main screen. Attached to that main TV is my Vizio SB 4551-D5. I like the Soundbar...
  5. Speakers
    I recently purchased a 5.1 system powered by five KEF speakers (four Q100s and one Q200c). I am working on setting up the speakers and am not sure if I should use a traditional speaker stand, adjustable speaker stand, shelves, mounts or something else. Does anyone have any suggestions in regards...
  6. Speakers
    Hi Everyone! Glad to be part of the group and I'm thankful for any advice you can provide. We just moved into a new home and I'm working to set up our media room. I've done a basic setup before at my last house, but the previous owners threw me a curve ball with some in-ceiling speakers...
  7. AVS Forum® Articles
    Surround sound comes in many flavors, from 5.1 channels up to 32 speakers for immersive 3D audio. The key to great results is placement. 1. Surround-sound speaker systems typically contain five or more speakers and one or more subwoofers . Currently, most movies come with a 5.1 or 7.1...
1-7 of 7 Results
Top