From: Long Island, NY, USA
Registered: Jun 2003
posted February 01, 2012 07:34 PM
I have a spatial/directional problem for your consideration...
Inside the north wall of my home I have a pull down movie screen. Inside the south wall of the same house I have a TV and a stereo receiver/amp. Each of the four corners has a speaker. The TV and my movie projectors are both connectable to stereo sound.
We paid some guys a ton of money to bash down the walls here: it's one big room now. (hope the ceiling stays up!)
OK, now I am facing south and my left speaker channel is in the east, my right is in the west. Now I turn around and look at the movie screen and the Left channel is still connected to the East speaker but now that speaker is on my Right!
As far as I can tell the best solution when facing North is to connect movie left to amplifier right and movie right to amplifier left.
So Left hand music and video tracks will now come out of the northern right hand speaker, but right hand movie tracks will come out of the right right hand speaker as they should...
Is this Right?! (or LEFT?!)
I should talk to my son: he's left handed, maybe this will make sense to him!
Excuse me...think I'll go lie down...I feel dizzy!
(Sounds like one screen too many!)
-------------------- All I ask is a wide screen and a projector to light her by...
From: Denham Springs, La.
Registered: Oct 2011
posted February 01, 2012 08:45 PM
Hay Steve-- Just wait 12 hours. The rotation of the earth will solve the problem. I think the quote is "Jack left port" Or you could add speakers all the way around. SURROUND SOUND !!