Fig 2 placement that is free-standingL) vs wall-placement (R) of studio monitors.
Many monitors include a suggestion for positioning, and several consist of adjustable response that is low-end to suit the speakers to your positioning вЂњfull spaceвЂќ for the (preferred) free-standing positioning, вЂњhalf-spaceвЂќ, for wall surface positioning, or even вЂњquarter-spaceвЂќ, for part positioning (though IвЂ™d avoid that!).
Fig 3 speaker that is rear-panel for various presenter placements.
However these bass settings wonвЂ™t boost the low end over just exactly what the presenter can deliver in full-space, free-standing position theyвЂ™re designed to reduce steadily the extortionate, uneven bass that could derive from positioning near an area boundary. Out of a smaller pair of monitors by using the room instead, either trade up to a larger woofer size (8вЂќ or more), or add a subwoofer (see below) if you really feel you need more low end than your speakers provide, donвЂ™t try to coax it.
3. Avoid Asymmetry
Even though you avoid supporting the monitors up contrary to the wall, reflections from room boundaries will affect the sound still. Read More