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M040 and 7060b placement

tim, modified 4 Years ago.

M040 and 7060b placement

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 6/25/18 Recent Posts
Hello, I am looking for some advice on speaker placement in my mix/ production room. I have a pair of M040 speakers and a 7060b subwoofer. I am intending to have the system set up so I can listen with the sub bypassed so I can have the full range of the M040 and also with the sub active. My problem is that your speaker placement guide advises me to avoid placing my monitors more than 60cm from the front wall without a sub and conversely with a sub to avoivd less than 1.1m from the front wall. What are my options here? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.