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Speakers and furniture

Discussion in 'AV Stands, Cabinets, Seating & Furniture' started by raven219, Nov 4, 2003.

  1. raven219

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    It has been suggested that this would tidy up up the living room. Just wondering what would happen to the sound if I am forced into this and my Tannoy M2's get placed in the side shelf units.

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  2. wookie

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    Have you a subwoofer?

    If you have, don't fit the glass:D

    Are the M2'S rear ported?
    If so, block them.
    Blutac the speakers down with the baffle (front of box) level or proud of the cabinet to minimise edge diffraction & try to place the tweeters @ ear height.
     
  3. raven219

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    Subwoofer + glass = bad !!!

    Wouldn't fit the doors anyway.

    Yes they are rear ported. Can I block them with anything? Paper, foam etc

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    Believe it or not, a balled sock is often very effective.
     

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