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#175266 - 08/23/07 11:43 AM stereo speaker location vs floorplan
blakelock Offline
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Registered: 01/31/07
Posts: 4
hi all,
soon i'll be purchasing either the M3s or M22s for 100% stereo music listening. i'm debating where to place the speakers. (hopefully) there is a picture of my floorplan somewhere in this message with 3 potential speaker locations marked. i would like to listen to music in the living room, kitchen and dining room.



i can see that position 2 is the most central location but i'm worried about losing the stereo effect and that's why i like position 1. however, seeing how far #1 is from some listening positions, maybe i'll lose stereo info anyway.

any thoughts?

blakelock [image]http://picasaweb.google.com/blakelock/House/photo#5101924958891785570[/image]


Edited by blakelock (08/23/07 11:55 AM)

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#175267 - 08/23/07 01:57 PM Re: stereo speaker location vs floorplan [Re: blakelock]
Mojo Offline
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For background listening, any of your positions will work.

However, if you want to listen to a properly formed stereo image, the rule of thumb is to locate yourself between the two speakers so that you and the speakers form an equilateral triangle.

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