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HOW CAN I ARRANGE FOUR SPEAKERS IN MY ROOM TO GET THE BEST SOUND EFFECT ?

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Hi,
First you need to put speakers in horizontal line and high where you will be seating. That must be your center point. Focuses all speaker in that point. Subwoffer must be in fron of you and the central speaker. With satellite do what I say for center point!
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