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#1044 - 01/19/02 11:09 AM Placement of M60
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I just purchased 4 M60 speakers 2 of which will be placed at aprox 45 degree angle in the corner of the room.
1. What is the minimum distance from the corner that I can place them?
2. What is the recommended distance from the corner for placement?
The other 2 speakers will be placed at the opposite end of the room, but that end is open to the hallway and entry (in case this information is necessary).
3. What is Bi Amping a speaker?
I intend to buy a Denon 3802 reciever which has 7 seperate channels (as I understand anyway) can I Bi Amp the 4 M60 speakers with this receiver (I am using your VP 150 ) for the center channel with no sub for now)?
Any other info or suggestions wolud be welcomed, thanks.
MarkV



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#1045 - 01/20/02 12:58 PM Re: Placement of M60
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The M60s can be placed within about 4 inches of the corner of your room. The room acoustics may come into play here. If you find the bass is too heavy you can move them a bit further out from the corner. Bi-amping is using one amplifier to drive the dual 6 1/2" woofers and one amplifier to drive the 5 1/4" woofer and the tweeter. The connector bars on the M60 inputs need to be removed for bi-amping. I would not suggest bi-amping the M60s unless you are going to purchase further amplification for the front channel output of the Denon or you will not be able to use the processor in the Denon.

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