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#284834 - 01/01/10 03:45 PM wall mounting M22's placement advice
zlabinger Offline
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Registered: 12/31/09
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Loc: Brooklyn, NY
I bought 2 Full Metal Brackets. For M22's, what would be the ideal height (and distance from each other) be, considering the dimensions of my room: room is 9' HIGH x 11' LONG x 13' WIDE. I'm 9 feet from my 46" Sony Bravia. How far should the M22s be from the corner of the room. What's too high? What's too low? Would I lose much if the tweeters are 2 feet higher than the traditional ear height? Do I need to toe the speakers in at all for a small space like this? I am guessing not. On the left side corner there is an angle to the wall, like a side of a hexagon. So if I were to hang it on that part of the wall, the left speaker would by default be toed in. I am guessing I should hang it before the wall starts angling in, so I don't have to be married to the toed-in effect?

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#284836 - 01/01/10 03:53 PM Re: wall mounting M22's placement advice [Re: zlabinger]
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I'd place the speakers at about the same height as the TV and about 8 to 9 feet apart, given the distance you sit from the TV. My M22s were on Full Metal Brackets until recently -- we're trying a new living room arrangement at the moment -- and I didn't have them toed in. I did have them angled down slightly, though. I used the included hard plastic wedges to do it, and not by adjusting the bracket itself. I found that the bracket's ridges were spaced a little too far apart to be aimed where I wanted them.
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