On Wall M3 Speakers pictured in our Real Wood Rosewood Finish
If you’re considering on wall speakers to go with your flat-screen plasma or LCD display, you may be wondering if there are any special placement considerations you need to take into account, or if they can go just about anywhere.
I spoke to Audio Expert Brent Tombari to find out what he recommends.
“Many people pair on wall speakers with large 40 or 60-inch displays. My recommendation is to mount the speakers as closely as possible to the edges of the screen in order to fill the screen area with sound.” Log in
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Q. I own a set of M80′s and have had no problems with speaker placement. Why is it I see some people on the message boards (most don’t even own M80′s) say that these speakers are so hard to place? When asked “Where did you hear this,” they say that Alan has said so. If this is true, why would they be any harder to place than any of the other speakers that Axiom offers?
A. I’m delighted you’ve had no speaker placement problems. Readers sometimes repeat what I’ve said without mentioning the context in which I made the remarks. Log in
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Q. I read on the Axiom forums that the M80′s can be placed as close as 2 inches from the back wall. I’m hoping the same is true for your new VP180 centre speaker (this is important to me as the room I have has an angling bulkhead, which means I would need to mount the projector screen on the ceiling fairly close to the wall). Can you please comment on how close the 17-inch-deep centre channel should be placed from the wall? —B.P Log in
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