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front left/right speakers

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by gavtheskav, Jun 24, 2004.

  1. gavtheskav

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    hi does anybody hear have there front left/right speakers at ceiling level? :nono:
    its just that there isnt any room left at the side of the television as the window is there, i do know that for the best sound they should be ear height when your sat down.
    if anybody does, at what space do you have them apart?
    thanks.
     
  2. Ian J

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    The problem with that is where you have your centre speaker. if you also have the centre speaker at ceiling height it will be so far removed from the screen that the sound will not be pinned to the screen and will seem disjointed. Likewise if you put it on top of the TV it will be so far below the other two speakers that it will still sound disjointed.
     
  3. gavtheskav

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    the centre speaker is built in to the set
     
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    OK A little more info needed then!
    What left and right speakers are we talking about here if the centre is located in the "the set".
     
  5. gavtheskav

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    er the set is a toshiba 36zp38 and the front speakers are the one that come with it, they are little skiny things but sound ok when played with the dvd dd
     

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