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First post fot me, so hello community! I have 2 R-15m as main speakers in my small 3.1 System (FL, FR, C, SW). In order to get a better stereo image (music is running on 2.1) I had to increase the distance of the speakers. Doing so, I had to lower them. The tweeter ist now approx. 20-30cm below ear-level. Although I don't consider myself an audiophile I feel something has changed. The sound ist now "boomier" and mids/hights less defined... The speakers are slightly tilted, so the tweeter point the ears. Ist there something else I can do to compensate? I uploaded a picture (really poor quality, sorry). The room might look bigger than it ist :-)
For a 7.1 Home Theater setup, if I have RS surround speakers that are 75W & 100W or 125W, should I place the more powerful 100W or 125W speakers at the Surround Side locations or the Surround Back locations? Due to windows, openings, etc, I have to place the SR surround side and surround back speakers at almost 10' high. Should I cantilever forward the RS speakers off the wall to point directly to the seating locations? Or will the sound quality and power, even at this height, be great enough not to worry about it? The total ceiling height of the room is 20' high. The area of the room is 15' x 20'. If I should cantilever them, are there any good looking brackets out there that can do this? Equipment: (1) Onkyo Receiver 7.2 TX-NR1010 140W/ch (1) Klipsch Center RC-25 125W (2) Klipsch Front RF-25 125W (2) Klipsch Surround RS-25 75W (1) Paradigm Subwoofer PW-2200 12" 250W Going to add soon: (2) Klipsch RS-__ 100W or 125W