How To Locate & Connect All My Devices

Locate My Devices

Locate My Media Devices

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Locate My Speakers

Locate 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers


How you arrange your media room speakers has a big impact on how your surround sound system sounds. Proper speaker placement can elevate an average-sounding system to an
ideal media room experience.
The best surround sound is with 6 separate speakers!

  • Speakers are placed as indicated in in diagram to the right
  • Left, right recommendation is 22 degrees
  • Surround left, right recommendation is 110 degrees
  • Subwoofer recommendation is a corner for better bass
  • Aim the left speaker at the left seat
  • Aim the center speaker at the center seat
  • Aim the right speaker at the right seat
  • The speaker's tweeter is at your ear level when your seated
​​ Note: With our recommended 4K TV viewing angle of 33° or 16.5° from center, our left, right speaker placement recommendation of 22° puts those speakers 4" to the left, right of your 4K TV. If you have your TV in a cabinet, you might not be able to locate the left, right speakers as indicated. In that case, you might need to consider a Soundbar with separate side speakers.




Locate My Soundbar, Subwoofer and 2 Side Speakers


You know where they go....just do it :-)





Locate My TV & Seating

Step 2: Center Location of My 4K TV & Where I Sit To Watch


Find an area of the wall my 4K TV set currently resides that is at least 12 feet wide without any windows. Then center my TV and where I sit to be at least 6 feet from either side of the wall I have designated. Note: if I use a HD TV in my media room, then I must upgrade to a 4K TV to enable a Cinematic TV experience Why? A HD TV set - with its much lower resolution - requires sitting distances way outside of a Cinematic Viewing experience.




Step 3: Center Height of My 4K TV To Match Height of My Viewing Eyes


Note: if I use a HD TV in my media room, then I must upgrade to a 4K TV to enable a Cinematic TV experience Why? A HD TV set - with its much lower resolution - requires sitting distances way outside of a Cinematic Viewing experience




Step 4: Match My Viewing Distance To My 4K TV Size


Now that I have centered My 4K TV on the wall in my media room area, I now must adjust the distance my seat is from the the front of the TV set. The closer my seating is to my TV set, the more cinematic my experience. There are two tradeoffs I must learn: 1) Size vs viewing angle vs viewing distance From the Viewing Distance to 4K TV Size chart below, find the viewing distance range for my 4K TV set. I have already adjust my seating so its centered on my 4K TV. Now I should see if I can shift my seating closer to my 4K TV. The most common issue is that I am sitting beyond the recommended Maximum distance. In this case, I MUST - NO QUESTIONS ASKED - MOVE MY SEATING to be between the recommended Minimum and Maximum distances. If on the other hand - which rarely occurs - my seating is closer that the minimum distance, then I move it back a bit.




Step 1: Creating An Area For My Cinematic TV Room


My 'Cinematic TV Room' is an rectangular area in a room that has a clear space without any walls interfering. The minimum width of this Media Room Area is 12'. The minimum depth is from 11.5' to 17'.




Step 5: Locate All My Seating For Best Viewing By Everyone






Connect My Devices

My 4K TV Is My Input Device

Where do I find best setup for LG TVs






My Audio Video Receiver (AVR) is My Input Device

Where do I find....