My receiver allows me to set the speaker position delay by distance from the optimum seating position. The front speakers are aimed at that seating position. The receiver also asks if the speakers are set high or low. Unfortunately, as you can see, the front R/L are not equidistant to the screen and I can't set the L/R distance independent of each other, so I aim them differently. Given this, do you still suggest I move them? If I move them then I am going to have to deal with exposed wires.
The rear surround speakers are slightly in front of the couch, which is why I am aiming them slightly against the rear wall. Are you suggesting that I leave them ceiling mounted, but move the couch toward the TV so that those speakers are equal with, or behind the couch, then aim them directly at the seated position or slightly forward, then place a single center rear sound back speaker at floor level?
I bought this house with the options already done for the pre-wire or I would have done them differently. I do have a pre-wire for the sub to be able to move to the rear corner of the room, and had it there at one time. I have though about moving it back but honestly, that Klipsch 12" driver sounds great where it is at, although it might be more aesthetic pleasing if it were hidden.
Thank you for answering and I appreciate your advice.