My tablesaw has been sitting idle for too long, and while my DR250/T39 system doesn't get used much, it doesn't really fit by my television. The room my TV is in is about 15' x 15', but has little wall space, owing to the many doors and windows.
A couple quick pictures:
First, looking at the TV. The space between the door and outside window is all I have to work with:
File comment: Looking at the TV, sitting on a credenza, with cheap Costco speakers
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I think a pair of floor-standing TLAHs on wither side of the credenza might work, with a curved SLA under the TV.
And the couch on the other side of the room (currently flanked by the O15TB my son uses for electric bass, one set of DR250/T39:
File comment: Looking back at the movie watching couch
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I have three ideas for subwoofers:
1) Table Tube built as a coffee table in the middle of the room
2) Table Tuba long style on the floor behind the couch (the recliners built into the couch require it be spaced away from teh wall anyway)
3) THTLP, built as narrow as possible for a 12, also on the floor behind the couch.
I don't really have a wall at either end of the "behind the couch" space to fire the sub against, and I can't block the closet door (to the right of the T39). Perhaps I could slide the bookcase to teh other side of the couch and point the sub at teh left corner near the sliding glass door.