Any problem w/ mounting rear surrounds horizontally?

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  1. BrianRS

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    I have a double sliding glass door with vertical blinds on the back wall. If I want to match my other speakers, this is the only way I can make them fit abouve the door. Would it adversely affect the sound for my rear centers?
     
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    Brian,
    I am by no means a speaker expert, but I can't see how this would be a problem unless you have horn tweeters in which case the intended horizontal "spread" could be narrowed if the speaker is rotated. Many professional "live-performance" type speakers have screws on the horn tweeter that allow you to rotate the horn to adjust the amount of "spread".
    If this made no sense, I apologize in advance for my lack of terminology. [​IMG]
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