Home theater speaker arrangement is one of the most important features of a home entertainment system.It is as important as the home theater equipment itself. Even if your home theater system includes the best speakers,if you do not utilize the best home theater speaker placement then your home entertainment system will not produce the best home theater experience. However,there are a multitude of factors to ponder in home theater speaker arrangement that the job can become truly mind boggling. You must keep in mind the shape and the design for a home entertainment center in addition to the arrangement of the furniture.
You also want to think about placing the speakers and wires safely away from young children or pets. Naturally, you desire a home theater speaker layout that will maintain the room in an organized and pleasing manner. With so many elements to consider, you should remember that there is no home theater speaker layout that is considered the absolute best. It will depend on your specific situation. Then again, there are some basic guidelines that you can use to determine exactly where to put each of your speakers. First, sit in the middle of the couch, which should be directly facing your television.
Place the center channel speaker straight across from where you are sitting, either right above or below the TV. Next, put at close to thirty degrees from your location on the couch, the front left and right side speakers. Also from the same point, place the left and right surround sound speakers about 100 degrees.
They should also be 2 feet above your ear level when you are seated. With the subwoofer, you would need to experiment with its placement. Putting it under a table or in a corner will produce deeper bass. One of the most basic rules of home theater speaker placement is to position all of your speakers with 1 or 2 feet distance from the walls. A major concern in home theater speaker placement is dealing with the wires and cables.
They can make your home theater look cluttered and people can trip over them. Some people use carpets to cover them up or the wires are either fixed on the wall corners and borders or hidden behind the walls. There are two solutions to this problem ' first, just hire a professional to do the home theater speaker placement for you. They will of course take care of hiding the wires, too.
A better option is to go for wireless speakers. This choice may not necessarily be less costly than the first option. It just eliminates the need of hiring people because you only have to think about where to place the speakers and you can easily move the speakers around yourself.
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