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I'm not sure how to set up my LG HT762TZ home theatre system up properly. I have connected everything and made sure it is working properly, but i am not sure where to put the speakers and which way to put the subwoofer. Are the rear speakers meant to go to the rear of the room? Help me out here!

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The rear speakers are meant to be placed at the rear preferrably overhead or at the bottom behind your listening area. Both speakers should be facing the sides. You can place your subwoofer anywhere as its sound is non directional. Don't forget to adjust its volume properly, the rear should not overwhilme the front/center sound. Happy Listening

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