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Old 03-25-2008, 07:23 PM   #9
Snowgod Snowgod is offline
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Jul 2007
Central NH

I have found that placing the subwoofor behind your seating position will work if you have tower speakers up front that have an extended low range. For example, I have a Hsu Research subwoofor 3 feet in front of the rear wall about 4 feet from the left side of the room. I have a pair of Klipsch Reference towers up front that already produce deep lows and are set to full range. Sound and Vision magazine put out a Sub Woofer annual issue back a few years ago and in it were a number of different set ups. I kept trying them till I found one that worked for me.
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