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Rear bi-polars position??

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by gazzer82, Sep 22, 2005.

  1. gazzer82

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    Hi All

    I am new here and this is my first post, so be gentle.

    I have just moved into a new flat and am about to buy some new rear speakers, probably the Eltax HT-2's as i use the system mainly for TV and Movies so i feel bi-polar is the best option.

    However i am unsure as to where to position them as my rear wall is a bit of an odd shape. I have attached some photos so you can see what i mean. Where do you reccon i should place them (i normally site center of the sofa).

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Gareth
     

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    put 'em on the "side walls", i.e. under the centre picture and to the side of the floor lamp, level with your seating position.
     
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    Cool, will that be ok, i was worried about reflection from the left speaker off the wall as it juts in to create the anti-alcove thing and would only be 2 feet away, whereas the right speaker would be a good 9 feet from the actual back wall? Would this be noticeable? Or would the 45 degree angle of the actual speakers negate this issue if i placed then to the angle would skim by the edge of the wall? I hope i am making sense, this is really hard to explain.

    Cheers

    Gareth
     

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