I will shortly be setting up my 6.1 system in a room 14' x 8'. I will be having three speakers across the back and will be sitting fairly close to them, probably within 2' of the back of the room. The speakers I have are Polk RT25i which are bookshelf/on wall speakers and they will be fixed either to the wall directly and will be facing directly toward the front of the room, or they will be sited in the corner facing the listening position . The centre rear will be in the middle. To get the rears facing the listening position I have had two pieces of wood fashioned to hold them, maintaining a solid rear for the speakers to reflect against (Polks have the added advantage of a Power Port ) Anyway, should I be toeing them in in a 6.1 system or should they directy face the front of the room. Which would give best results in theory?