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How would I go about moving my speakers around to get that much better sound out of it. I drew a little crapjob diagram of where I have all the speakers now. It sounds pretty good, but I know the sub could probably find a better spot than in the floor infront of my tower speaker (although the blending of the bass is rather superb). What if I put it under my desk in the middle?

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

13 years ago

. Front center works best for me. Rear center works OK, but can be a little confusing

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Punkguyta
Punkguyta

Reply 13 years ago

Well I just moved it and it sounds pretty balanced, you can hear the difference the sub makes a lot more now. The tower speakers go down pretty low, down to halfway of the scale that the sub can go. I don't even know how to explain it, but it does sound decent. Now one more question, is there a way to make the bass sound punchier, to give it that more of a oompf, right now it sounds really good, but sometimes I wanna crank the sub and just rattle shit, you know how it is eh?

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Punkguyta
Punkguyta

Reply 13 years ago

Well origionally there is supposed to be drawn shapes for the desk and speakers, but apparently they didn't save with the text for whatever reason (damn photoshop). I would prolly try the back, but being I'm using high level inputs and opted for a short peice of cat5 cable (the bass is superbly clear, it's mouth watering, add that to the fact that the sub was meant for quality, not pounding). I'll try under the desk, the only problem is that I'll have to move it to get at the power bar(s). I'm guessing it should prolly sound better, if the sub is infront of the right tower speaker, then it's off balance isn't it??