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Lifestyle® V20 home theater system

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Speaker placement and positioning

Speaker placement can affect how your system sounds in the listening area. Get tips on positioning your speakers for the best sound quality.

Placement suggestions:

Left and right front speakers
  1. Place the cube speakers in line with the horizontal center of the TV screen or higher
  2. Place the cube speakers 6 to 15 feet apart
  3. One cube of the array should face directly into the room to provide direct sound while the other faces a wall to provide reflected sound
  4. All of the cube speakers are magnetically shielded, and can be placed close to a monitor
Center speaker
  1. Place the center speaker in an upright position, directly above or below the center of theTV screen or as close to that as possible
  2. Align the front of the speaker with the front edge of the TV screen
Left and right rear speakers
  1. The rear (surround) speakers should be located in the rear half of the room, preferably behind the listener
  2. Place the speakers at ear level or higher if possible
  3. One cube of the array should face directly into the room to provide direct sound while the other faces a wall to provide reflected sound
Acoustimass module
  1. Place the Acoustimass module along the same wall as the TV
  2. Do not block the vent openings at the back of the Acoustimass module. This could cause the module to overheat
  3. The Acoustimass module can safely sit on its side, but do not stand it on the end with the port or on the end opposite the port
  4. The Acoustimass module is not magnetically shielded, and must be placed at least 18 to 24 inches from a TV monitor
    Note: Only CRT style TVs are affected. This includes tube style TVs and rear projection with CRTs
Speaker placement diagram for a 5.1 home theater system
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