Question New speaker and sub placement. Mksound

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  1. Jesper79

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    IMG_0068.JPG hi guys

    Im wondering if it would be a good idea to place my mksound s150mk2 on the back wall on a shelf.
    That would make space to place for my mksound x10 subs in the corner on the back wall. One under each front speaker.
    I know my center speaker will be even more "out of place" compared to my front speakers, they will be even less in line with eachother.

    Im looking fro your advice before i start making holes in the wall:D
     
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    No one?
     
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    Could you not just put the Subs in the corners then wall mount the L & R S150 above them? You could either wall mount the Centre or just leave it where it is but angled up a bit.

    Another option would be to leave the L & R on the stands but move them forward and put the Subs behind in the corners.

    I have my L & R S150's placed further into the room than the Centre so that they're all at the same physical distance from the MLP.
     
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    That was sort of my question:)
     
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    Sorry, thought you mean't put each S150 directly on top of each Sub. Mind you, that's another option to consider.

    Personally, I'd just bring them forward and put the Subs behind as I mentioned before.
     
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    wouldnt that comprimise the sound from the sub when the front speakers are place in front of the subs?
     
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    I've had Subs behind my front speakers and not had any issues. That's in my room though so you'd need to test yours but I can't see it being much of an issue.
     
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    There will be no issues with the subs being behind the speakers as once the system is calibrated properly all will be time aligned.
     

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