Can I put center speaker behind TV?
Center speakers fit great on top of an entertainment cabinet or easily on a shelf mounted above or below the TV screen. Always place the center channel speaker as close to the screen as possible, whether in front or behind.
How do I connect my center speaker to my TV?
Connect the TV and AV receiver with a speaker cable. Use a speaker cable (not supplied) to connect the AV receiver to the CENTER SPEAKER IN terminal of the TV. When connecting, make sure to twist the ends of the speaker cable and insert them into the connection terminals of the TV and AV receiver.
How do you mount a center channel speaker on the wall?
Q. Where should I mount my speakers on the wall?
- Place the front left and right speakers to the sides of the television and angle them toward the center seat.
- Place the center channel speaker below the TV (or above, depending on its height).
- Place the surround speakers to the back right and left of the primary seat.
How far should center speakers be from TV?
The distance between the stereo speakers should match the distance that you are sitting from the television. For example, if you are sitting 6 feet from the television, then each stereo speaker needs to be 3 feet away from the television. The center speaker should be aligned with the center of your television.
Do surround speakers need to be behind you?
Ideally, the surround speakers in a 5.1 surround sound configuration should be placed just behind or to the side of your listening position. The surround speakers should be slightly higher than the front speakers in the room.
Is a Centre speaker necessary?
A center channel speaker is a critical component of a home theater system set-up as it delivers about 70% of the dialogue from movies and television. Without one, you’re missing out on vital parts of what you’re watching.
How far back can surround speakers be?
Rear speakers can sit back 6-10ft from the listener with the tweeter placed at least 2ft above the listener’s ear. Ideally, the speaker will be placed at least 2ft away from the surface behind it, or you can use wall-mounted speakers- in either case, angled between 135-150° from the room’s center.