My room is 12 feet and 5 inches wide from wall to wall. The room goes back 49 feet becoming my bedroom and desk area. There is a fireplace on the right side of my RPTV 9 feet away. This limits my surround speaker range and I am forced to sit about 7 1/2 feet from the screen. When I do that I notice a few white lines that are slightly brighter in the picture. It may be of a part in my RPTV that needs fixing becasue it is currently under repair and has one ordered. I fear that it may be the texture of the screen. When I stand at the same eye level about 8 or 9 feet away I don't see it anymore. It is a 47" widescreen. My satelitte speakers are on the walls already. I could move them because I have some wall filler and the paint from repainting my room a few weeks ago. If I want to move the couch back than the fireplace that extends out from the wall 19 inches blocks the right surround. So I could move the couch back to 8 feet and make a stand to set on the fireplace for the right speaker but it would be 19 inches closer than the left. Should I tell my reciever it's 1 foot closer than the left or move my front left and front rights and the RPTV over a foot? Keep in mind if I move the Front Left and right they will no longer be centered in the room if that makes any difference.