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Hi, here is a picture of my room:
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pi...0d&id=29409598


I am wondering if I should put the sub along the wall in the right hand side or if I should bring it out, (so its not flush with the tv/tower speakers wall)

I haven't bought it yet, but I wanted to know if I should move my TV up to 6in to the left and keep the sub flush or not. The sub is 18" wide that I will buy, I have a total of 2'-2" between the tower and the wall, and I have only 6" between the tv and tower speaker on the right. How much room do I want between the tower speaker and sub and tv? and how much between sub and wall? Is it better to keep it in the corner or can I move it forward?

I have an extra tower speaker, that I will use as a center, that I will build a shelf for and I want to level it with the TV (that's why i have tape marking the studs:p), so I want to know if I should move the TV a bit over, or if 3" between speaker,sub, wall is good/bad?


I think you guys know what i'm asking:p
 

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- how do you plan on putting a tower speaker over the tv? laying it on it's side is not going to be a good idea...


- you really need to get those speakers centered on the tv... i'd move the tv over...


- as far as the sub goes, it would be guessing at this point... hook it up and push it around... it will tell you where it wants to go....
 

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If there's any way possible, think about having more than one sub--two at a minimum. You will be amazed at the difference.

http://www.harman.com/EN-US/OurCompa...s/multsubs.pdf


Many on this forum have read this and implemented it, and it makes an amazing difference. Some of us have been to the Harman International/JBL labs in Northridge, CA and seen the theory in action. It's simply amazing.
 
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