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Old 23rd July 2021, 12:46 PM   #11
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One foot out from the wall is likely not enough for OB. If you have the leeway to bring them out during listening sessions, that may work, but they will not sound right so close to the wall.
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Thx vonAh, the speakers aren’t open baffle and the flexibility will be +/- a foot, actual distance from front wall will start @ 20” or so.
I have thought about putting the baffle together before box assembly and screw a stand on it just to see what open baffle might sound like (i know it wouldn’t be optimal, more of a ‘for giggles’ thing)
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Ah, understood. I was mixing up threads again. Whoops.
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