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Sub placment.

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by cool hand luke, Dec 5, 2004.

  1. cool hand luke

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    Is it permissible to place a sub in a corner behind the stand that is supporting the TV,amp and DVD etc,or does it ned to be placed out in the open ?
     
  2. recruit

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    Hi,
    You can place the sub there as long as it does not cause any interference with the TV, it would be better if you knew that the sub was magnetically sheilded then that would not be a problem!
    As for the sound, subs can be fussy on location depending on you're room size and shape which will affect the sound.
    If i was you i would give it ago and see how you like it sound wise anyway!

    John
     
  3. bob1

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    Give it a try but turn the tv off first ,move the sub into place and turn the tv back on and check for any colour bleeding.My video outputs a blue screen with no input, ideal for checking colour bleed,good luck but as recruit said it my not be the best place for it anyway.
     

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