Positioning and aiming of new surround speakers
I don't have it here yet but by next week the Def Tech 1000 system I ordered should be here. I have some questions on location of the pieces though! Here is my deal:
- Room is 14' x 14'
- Left wall has the opening for the front door. This wall is also insulated
- I have a sectional that sits all the way to the back wall into the corner with the rear wall
- Flat screen is on the front wall basically as you walk in the door
The center speaker is a given putting it above or below the flat panel. The subwoofer will go either immediately to the left of the sectional firing forward or to the extreme left in the corner on an angle (catty corner) firing to the front right corner. In the corner would be best since at some point in time someone has put a hole there in the floor to run wires making it a real easy install.
My hardest problem is the other four channels I can put the two fronts up by the flat and fire them to the back where the sectional is or mount them on the side walls firing L to R/ R to L. The harder question is the rears! If I put them on the back wall they will be firing over your head to the front. I could possibly get some tricky mounts to angle them in the corners and fire them that way or put them on the side walls firing L to R/ R to L. Opinions?
2001 Honda Civic EX Coupe
HU- Eclipse CD-5000
F&R Amp- MB Quart Qaa4250 1000 Watt 4-Channel
F- CDT HD52 5.25" With 1" Silk Tweets and M-6 6.5" Mids In The Doors(Three Way)
R- CDT M-6's
Sub Amp- Hifonics BXi2006D Brutus 2000 Watt D Mono
Subs- (2) FI-Q 12" in a 1.26 Cu^Ft./Per Side Unported Box
Battery- Kinetic 1400
House- Samsung 4665F/Def Tech Mythos 8's/Dayton 15" Sub Kit/Onkyo 605/Harmony 890
Refs: B-06stxf150, S-tmcilroy, B-lastcall