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Turning speakers on their sides or upside down? Need solution for my desktop setup

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Oh come on, just try it, could be, the result is much better than you think. Nothing speaks against it.
I would love to experiment, but this is a new build. I don't have anything to test this out with hence my post here. I want to make an informed purchase rather than taking a chance.
 

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A Hedd typ 30 could fit, but thats i think much more than you look for. I mean the formfaktor?
A good 3-way center? Not easy sry.
 
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A Hedd typ 30 could fit, but thats i think much more than you look for. I mean the formfaktor?
A good 3-way center? Not easy sry.
I only have about 6-7 inches below the monitor, unfortunately they are too high at 13 inches.
 

MarkWinston

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Can anyone explain to me what are the cons of turning a speaker upside down and in what situation it will be worse than having it upright and not being on axis vertically?
 

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Visuals are always helpful when deciding:

Good
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Better
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Best
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When you're not sure, but want to cover all the bases.
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