rear third of A/first third of B gives the best sound with "eyes closed" and especially with singers, piano, other directional soloists. E can have surprisingly good balance and clarity for pure orchestra pieces without soloists, preferably facing the side with basses across the hall, not right below you. If you like to watch the conductor, or are a percussion fetishist, H is good. C and D are very diffuse, not good.
I disagree that Philharmonie has a "beautiful acoustic". It is a decent acoustic in the right spots, nothing spectacular. What made it famous was the Berlin Phil under Karajan.
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