How far should KEF LS50 be from wall?

How far should KEF LS50 be from wall?

The typical optimal distance is between 1 and 5 feet and both speakers should be the same distance from the front wall.

How high is too high for surround speakers?

The surround speakers should be slightly higher than the front speakers in the room. Ideally, about 1 to 2 feet above head height when sitting down. This is because the surround channels are there to create an ambient sound in your room. So, you should benefit if they are slightly further away from your ears.

Do speaker stands improve sound?

Speaker stands are specifically designed to bring the best out of your speakers by managing vibrations, reducing early reflections and ensuring the proper amount of treble.

Should KEF speakers be toed in?

Nothing “requires” toe-in. It all depends on your placement and room. Experiment with yours and see how you like the sound as you move the speakers little by little.. Although many manufacturers “recommend” toe-in and I believe KEF does not “recommend” toe-in.

How far should you sit away from speakers?

For a front-projection setup, you should position them no more than a foot or so to the left and right sides of the screen. Many people sit too far from their TVs and speakers. For a 7-to-9-foot speaker spacing, I recommend that you sit at least 8 to 12 feet from the speakers.

Is MDF good for speaker stands?

By using MDF material in the construction of this speaker stand Sanus not only created a durable and sturdy stand, they also ensured that less speaker vibration would be produced, meaning less distortion for listeners.

How high should rear surrounds be?

approximately six feet
For best results when mounting surround speakers on a rear wall, position them so that they flank the main listening area and point toward the front of the room. They should be raised to a height of approximately six feet and should ideally have a minimum space of six feet between them, as well.

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