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#252090 - 03/16/09 11:03 PM Re: M50 system help [Re: deathjester]
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Cool! Just make sure you dont tuck the center all the way into the shelf.
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#252092 - 03/16/09 11:14 PM Re: M50 system help [Re: deathjester]
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DJ, that wouldn't appear to be a good idea; the mains wouldn't be separated widely enough. If you sit 12-14' away, the mains should be separated by a similar distance, or at least more than just a few inches from the side of the TV.
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#252241 - 03/17/09 03:21 PM Re: M50 system help [Re: JohnK]
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Really there is no way ill be able to keep my fronts that far from the tv unless i mount them on the side wall or corner.

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#252428 - 03/18/09 02:47 PM Re: M50 system help [Re: deathjester]
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Hi Deathjester,

Try for at least 6 feet of separation between the main left and right fronts, otherwise you won't get much stereo spaciousness or separation. It doesn't have to be 12 feet to get a good stereo effect.

I usually suggest starting by separating the fronts by half your seating distance and then, if you want, getting them farther apart.

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#252431 - 03/18/09 03:03 PM Re: M50 system help [Re: jakewash]
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 Originally Posted By: jakewash
The VP100 is a great center channel too and should work very well with a set of M50s.

That's what I'm running and they work wonderful together. A great team that audibly match very closely.
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