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Is placing speakers in between my monitors bad?
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Is placing speakers in between my monitors bad?

Hey everyone,

So as shown in the attached picture, I currently have a computer screen placed in between my monitors. I was just wondering if this would affect the acoustics or stereo imaging at all?

I placed the screen further back behind the monitors so that it's not directly obstructing the sound that is coming out of the speakers. But I'm not sure if placing it there would still affect the sound at all. I did a test and I can't really hear the difference between the monitor there and not.

Would really appreciate any thoughts!
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Hey everyone,

So as shown in the attached picture, I currently have a computer screen placed in between my monitors. I was just wondering if this would affect the acoustics or stereo imaging at all?

I placed the screen further back behind the monitors so that it's not directly obstructing the sound that is coming out of the speakers. But I'm not sure if placing it there would still affect the sound at all. I did a test and I can't really hear the difference between the monitor there and not.

Would really appreciate any thoughts!
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Appreciate your response!
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