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Old June 5th, 2008, 11:28 AM
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Hi and welcome to the forum!

Originally Posted by deadhead View Post

Thanks for having this forum.

I'm loving my VTF2 Mk3. Just looking for some tweaking advice. My room is 14 X 14 X 9. The entryway (no door) is in the front right corner. My couch is basically centered against the rear wall. I won't (can't) set the room up in a diagonal. I don't have any rear speakers, although I've been thinking about putting a small pair I have on hand behind the couch on the floor facing upward.

I have the sub in the front left corner, 9 inches from the back wall and 6 inches from the side. I basically just dropped it there. I really don't have much space to play with. I could move the sub only about 6 inches more from the side wall unless I move the mains closer together. I could probably move the sub 2 feet more from the back wall. If we assume the front left corner is the only position available and I only have the option to move it around as described, where would the best place be? Although I know every room and every situation is different, I was hoping that given the room is square there would be some general rule of thumb I should take into consideration.

Thanks much,

Front left corner should be a very good placement in your room. I would leave it there. The subwoofer can be put very snugly in a corner as long as you leave 3-4" of space between the rear-firing ports and back wall.

Pete - Hsu Research
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