Question about speaker placement

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  1. Chris Wittry

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    I've got a quick question. I'm finishing up my front wall and would like to know if my chosen speaker placement will cause problems with the sound (due to the right speaker being closer to the ceiling than the left one - see picture).

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  2. Wayne A. Pflughaupt

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    Theoretically yes, but I doubt you’ll be able to hear anything objectionable with program material. If the speakers can be forward of or flush with the front of the TV, you might want to invert them.

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  3. Chris Wittry

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    They will be on shelves that are mounted on the wall, so the speakers will be in front of the TV. I'm not sure what you mean by "invert them". Are you saying to flip the RL speakers upside down? Thanks!
     
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    I would worry about my seating first.. those folding chairs dont look too comfy =P
     
  5. Chris Wittry

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    Are you kidding? Nothing beats a good folding chair. You can sit in it to watch a movie or put 4-5 of them in a row and you can take a nap on them. Or you can get a bunch and make a fort out of them.....Uh oh, I think I've said too much! [​IMG]
     

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