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November 22, 2011 at 3:03 pm #345
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Hi all,

I am thinking of getting two 4BP to add to my HT system.  

I am currently running two Vienna Acoustics Mozart Grand as fronts; VA Maestro Grand as Center and a REL sub.  I have a medium size room.  If I buy two 4BP's, they will be mounted on the wall (up high near the ceiling), behind the listening area.  That is the only option available if I mount them behind the listening area.  Or I can mount them on the side, a little over the ear level.

Do you think that these speakers will work well with those placements?

November 23, 2011 at 7:01 pm #1600
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Hi all,

I am thinking of getting two 4BP to add to my HT system.  

I am currently running two Vienna Acoustics Mozart Grand as fronts; VA Maestro Grand as Center and a REL sub.  I have a medium size room.  If I buy two 4BP's, they will be mounted on the wall (up high near the ceiling), behind the listening area.  That is the only option available if I mount them behind the listening area.  Or I can mount them on the side, a little over the ear level.

Do you think that these speakers will work well with those placements?

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Hello and welcome to the forum!

Directly to the sides or the listening area above ear level is ideal placement for these speakers.  So if you can get them to about five feet (or even six feet) off the ground in that position that will be perfect.  If they have to go behind you then getting them down to that six foot mark would be better.  If they have to be higher than that then I would consider putting them on a pivot mount so you can angle them down. 

I hope that helps but please let me know if you have any other questions!  

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