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Mine are directly beside, inside, slightly in front. This keeps the runs quite short. (Two stereo amps, but the same idea)
Thanks Grant, this is the Omaha guy, I guess that I can put the amps inside, if I keep them low . . .
Which brings me to another item in terms of setup that I need advice on,I got his darn brick fireplace in the middle. Wonder how that affects the sound. Negative? I do notice some sloppiness at slightly higher volumes. Bass response could be better. Could they be the reason? Any advice on that? I got my sledgehammer ready.
As many have said, the setup is less than perfect, but then what room is? I have located a couple sweet spots for these, one practical and one not. I was surprised at the sound difference once you push these back to about 24 inches from the wall . . . very forward and not my favorite, but me gal likes them there.
Still, once properly in position, these are wonderful. I have never enjoyed low listening levels more, and the way the music is presented . . . sometimes magical. I can't wait to see what your stands will do . .
I was always under the impression that shorter wasnt always better,shouldnt the speaker wire be at least 6 to 8 feet to accomadate those long waves from 60hz down?
Confusion of wavelength is Air vs. wire. Wavelength in wire is a million meters or so... that's why the cable length is irrelevent to waveguide theory at audio frequencies... BUT, shorter or larger diameter loudspeaker cables are a good thing. With the 1.6's you should expect a perfect transmission of the electrical signal with 3-4 feet of 12 gauge copper speaker wire.
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