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Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by Nathan Bjork, May 21, 2004.
I have my question at my website along with pictures (im not aloud to "hot link" pictures, sorry )
Nathan, Thats a nice setup, especially after you add the SVS sub. That setup is good enough when you get your own place you probably would only need to upgrade the receiver for a little more power. I've tried my surrounds a couple of different ways and the way I prefer is to have them firing directly across the room towards each other. My M22s are only about 18" above ear level and a foot behind me. This just makes the rear soundfield sound more diffuse for ambient sounds but still allows great directionallity for pans. When I had my M22s toed in towards my listening position some soundtracks would really overpower me and also feel like there were holes in the soundfield.
Official HTF answer follows: Try both ways and see which one sounds better to you in your room.
Thanks Jason and Micheal, I will just play around with the two differnt settings.
I tryed the two out and I like the surrounds when they are laid flat, they no longer reflect off of the oppsite wall. But I have a new question, I can put N24II's (like my SB) for my surrounds and mount them a little lower but more in front of me. I just have to trade my mom for her N24 and replace my 26's. I drew out a new sketch to explain it a little better here Thanks agian