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Placement Suggestion for Cube Speakers

Placement Suggestion for Cube Speakers

I can't tell you how many times I have been to department stores and walked by their electronics section to find salesmen luring customers into buying cubed speakers.

Need placement suggestions for your Cube Speakers? This article will give you illustrated guidance to help you maximize your cubed experience.

— August 25, 2004 19:00 in Home Theater Connection Help

Setting Speaker Levels & Distance in a Surround Sound System

Setting Speaker Levels & Distance in a Surround Sound System

Adjusting the delay between the front and rear speakers is important when calibrating your system. Setting the delay too long may result in an echoed, unnatural surround field, or cause imaging shifts in the soundfield. However, adjusting the delay too short may result in a flat 2-dimensional sound field between the front and rear speakers.

This article gives basic calibration tips on setting speaker levels and distance in a multi-channel surround sound system.

— August 25, 2004 19:00 in Home Theater Connection Help

Crawling for Bass - Subwoofer Placement Tips

Crawling for Bass - Subwoofer Placement Tips

Perhaps one of the most difficult tasks in placing your speaker system whether it is a 2 channel or multichannel surround system is finding the best location for your subwoofer. This article gives a very basic but effective technique for finding the best location in your room. Are you ready to do the subwoofer crawl?

Do the Subwoofer Crawl. It's the easiest way to find the proper placement location for your subwoofer to get the best performance and sound.

— March 29, 2001 18:00 in Home Theater Connection Help