jreyes63 Posted July 23, 2007 Share Posted July 23, 2007 Hello All:I'm currently building a new home, framing is up, so the media area I have isn't changing. I'm planning on using RF-7's up front, an RC-7, R-5650's for surrounds and CDT-5800's as back surrounds. I have a couple of options, with the media cabinet. I can leave the RF-7 on top of the cabinet and angle them inward, but i'm afraid the sound might be hindered being so high, dont think I can flip them upside down. Whats your opinion? I have 10' ceilings by the way. Or I can leave 18" off on each side of the cabinet, so that the RF-7's are flush w/ the floor. What do you guys think?Thanks.Jonathan (Cali) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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