very nice and tidy little setup you have there. What are the speakers? a 3.1 system or are there surrounds as well?
I dont think id like to sit so close to a large screen though lol As for the cables, take a spin down to a B&Q they do a lot of cable trunking, some even with sticky backs, you could attach them to the back of the desk and run them away out of sight. As for the sub, with it being small you should try to locate it as close to a corner as you can, as this tends to boost its abilities!
hi, the system is a logitec x-540. its a 5.1 system. i will try and re locate the sub a few feet to the right so that it will be right in the corner.
I did some reading on the forum last night about acoustics. I read about using a mirror method to setup reflection points, or something along the lines, so that i could place acoustic panels in the area to help audio playback within the room. How do i go about using this mirror method?
People only normally start to worry about room acoustics with high end systems, for the amount that it would cost you I wouldn't bother as you may not benefit that much from it! I'd say your seating position is probably your first place to adjust
Your room is a fairly strange shape, I'd have the rear left back in the same sort of place as the right tho. Normally this sort of thing is trail and error, put on some music with a heavy bass line and wander around your room untill you find a sound that is to your liking!