What height should rear surround speakers be?

What height should rear surround speakers be?

What height should rear surround speakers be?

approximately six feet
For best results when mounting surround speakers on a rear wall, position them so that they flank the main listening area and point toward the front of the room. They should be raised to a height of approximately six feet and should ideally have a minimum space of six feet between them, as well.

Where should rear speakers be placed?

The rear speakers go behind your seats, angled in. Your surround channels should at least be at ear level, and can sound even better when elevated by a foot or two.

How high should rear Atmos speakers be?

All listener speakers should be at the same height, typically 3.9 feet (1.2 meters), which is ear level for the average seated listener (as defined in ITU-R BS. 1116-1). If possible, the height of the rear speakers should be the same as the height of the front speakers.

How far back can rear speakers be?

Rear speakers can sit back 6-10ft from the listener with the tweeter placed at least 2ft above the listener’s ear. Ideally, the speaker will be placed at least 2ft away from the surface behind it, or you can use wall-mounted speakers- in either case, angled between 135-150° from the room’s center.

Where do you put Dolby Atmos height speakers?

Atmos Speakers They should be in line with your left and right main front speakers. For elevation Atmos speakers (or Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers), simply place them on top of your front left and right speakers and rear left and right speakers.

Where should I place my surround sound?

In order to place the left and right surround sound channels for maximum impact, you want them positioned at roughly 90-110 degrees relative to your listening position—in other words, right beside each of your ears or slightly behind them by 10-20 degrees.

Can rear surround speakers be in ceiling?

Can in-ceiling speakers be used in a 5.1 surround sound set up? Yes, this is entirely possible, providing the amplifier you are using supports surround sound.