Room considerations


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Room considerations

Okay, assuming that you now have your speakers, let's think about how we are going to set them up in the rooms that we are going to set them up in. The first thing you want to do is find a location where you can set your speakers up so that they have the appropriate relationship to you, the listener. And in a nutshell, you want to find yourself in the sweet spot. Now, what this means is kind of these three items over here that I have listed. The main thing is equidistant between the three of you, and symmetrical so that there's balance. You want the left speaker be as far away as the right speaker. You want them to be coming at you from the same angle. The distance is usually 3 to 5 feet apart.

I usually say if you can reach the speaker with your arm, it's a little too close. But if it seems like its really far, beyond that, like you have to get up and really stretch to turn it, then it's maybe too far, so 3 to 5 feet, somewhere in there. Usually 4 or 6 feet apart from each other o...

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