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ArthurDaniels Posted 5 years 8 months ago
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My speakers are 70" apart and 84" from my ears.


Thanks. Your post inspired me to pull my Triton Ones further away from my back wall (actually built-in open book shelves in the back wall). My spacing is approximately 100" apart and 120" from my PLP.

Width spacing is at max permitted to keep away from side walls and PLP would be difficult to shorten.
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honashagen Posted 5 years 8 months ago
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Agreed! I moved and moved and moved and moved them.
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GDHAL Posted 5 years 8 months ago
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My Two Cents Worth Regarding Triton Speakers Placement:

1. Spacing: GE recommends an equilateral triangle. I interpret that recommendation as a general guideline. Spacing in an individual room must be evaluated by listening.


Hi Art. I think you would be hard pressed to find ANY speaker manufacturer who does NOT recommend using the equilateral triangle placement method. Granted, the equilateral triangle placement is not so exact that if the setup is "off" by inches or a small percentage of the formula rechneronline.de/pi/equilateral-triangle.php that it becomes a show stopper, however, and with do respect, I think you may want to revisit your interpretation. In my view equilateral placement is significantly more than a "general guideline". I'll go as far as to say that it is the theoretical ideal, and any deviation from that is less than optimal.

Also, my apologies to honashagen as I didn't have any intention of hijacking this thread (i.e. discuss placement versus the topic subject of mid-range sound).
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honashagen Posted 5 years 8 months ago
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Many speaker manufacturers recommend sitting further away than the speakers are apart.
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honashagen Posted 5 years 8 months ago
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I believe Tannoy is one of them.
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honashagen Posted 5 years 8 months ago
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And.....as good as everything sounds it looks like the murky sounding mids are not going away. Bummer.

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