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7.1 speaker setup help needed

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Chewbacca, Sep 6, 2004.

  1. Chewbacca

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    Hello I need some guidence regarding where to postion My rear four speakers
    Our front room is 19' by 19' foot with the sofa looking at the tv on a angle anyway I am upgrading My amp to a Pioneer vsa-axi0ai which is a 7.1 amp .

    I have at the moment two b&w 602's at the front and a b&w centre speaker directly under the tv and at the rear of the room I have 2 pairs of 601's should I put the 601's across the back wall or move two 601's close together say in the middle of the back wall and have the other two 601's on the side walls all the speakers at the moment are on very good quality speaker stands.

    I normally wear the trousers in our house :laugh: but I am afraid on this occasion I am not allowed to wall mount these rear speakers :(

    Or am I getting totally confused with a 7.1 set up
     
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  3. Chewbacca

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    Thanks Dfour that has helped alot
     

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