Where to place in-wall subs?

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  1. Philip Hamm

    Philip Hamm Lead Actor

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    Here's my room:

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    Ignore the patio door, it's elsewhere in the basement.

    Where do you think I should put two in-wall subs? The bottom of the picture is where the screen is going to be. I was thinking of putting the subs on the right hand wall in the rear of the room one right on top of the other. They can only go on the side and back walls.
     
  2. MichaelDDD

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    I just have to say this.

    37' x 21' was about the size of my first APARTMENT. A one-room studio in NYC. That is all.

    I wish you luck w/your quest. And I wish ME luck that someday, I can afford a house of gargantuan proportions that would allow me a football stadium-sized room like yours to play with. [​IMG]

    Good luck, Philip. [​IMG]
     
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    Well, that's not the size of that part of the basement, that's the size of the L-shaped room. [​IMG] The fact that it's "L" shaped means it's smaller than those dimentions suggest. It's still a huge room.
     
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    That's OK...I can live with it...when can I move in? [​IMG]

    Why are you putting the subs in-wall? Do you not want the cabinets in the way? I guess you're going for a "stealth" home theater?
     

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