Bad system location

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  1. Laszlo

    Laszlo Stunt Coordinator

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    Here is my dilema, I have my family room that is an open area in bothsides of the room. The TV is sitting on a corner of the room so I have my sofa on the other side of the romm, the other corner. Well beside the TV I don't have too much space for puting a pair of towers, that is what I would like. I can do some shelves over the TV to put some bookshelves but I don't know if the height will be ok. they are going to be on the same line as the center speaker and maybe 5 feet away of each other. Is that fine? Will I have the three front chanels mixed?

    Thanks for any comments.

    Laszlo
     
  2. Laszlo

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    Three times I think I posted on this forum.
    Never got an answer.
     
  3. Lyden

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    .. i dunno if i can help i have my towers exactly 5 feet away from each otehr with center it sounds fine to me...
     
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    Do you mean the placement will essentially be like this, except the L & R will be 5 ft. apart?? If so, I think that would be fine. All the dialogue will still come from the center, so it's not going to sound weird or anything.
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    I realize this is not what you have, but it's what came to mind right away as a good illustration.
     
  5. Laszlo

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    Thanks, is near, but maybe the bookshelves will be a little bit higher of the center.

    Thanks again

    Laszlo
     

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