Sub in cubby-hole behind plasma TV - problems?

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  1. billviverette

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    I have a Polk DS7200 system (with integrated sub/amp) and am considering placing the sub in a large (CRT) recess behind where I plan to mount my plasma TV. It is the ideal spot for both space and tidiness, but I am concerned that the bass waveforms could affect the TV. Heat is not a problem, as the space will be well-ventilated. Any thoughts?

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    Bill
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    I highly doubt the sound waves will cause any issues with the picture on the TV. Never say never, but if it does it will be the first I have seen of it.
     

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