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I'm installing a surround system in my basement. My question is where else can i install my center speaker? I'll be installing an electric fire insert with a large T.V. above on a 6ft stone tile wall. I'll have built-in shleving on either side of the stone tile wall, for my left/right speaker, but don't want that center speaker to be an eye sore. Any suggestions?

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Hi, you can tell your amp there is no center speaker and the sound will be diverted to the left and right or for better sound if you can get a custom install speaker built into the wall or if the tv is high up on the wall put your center in the ceiling.

hope this helps.
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