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I have some GIK 242s that I have mounted on my ceiling above each of my listening positions. I was wondering if it might be better to take them down and mount them on the ceiling above my 3 front speakers. I'm thinking this would probably help with any reflections from the ceiling. However, before I go through the trouble and effort of doing that, I was wondering if that would be the right thing to do. My listening position is 9' away from my 3 main speakers. So, if anyone has any pass experience on this issue, I would love to hear your opinion(s). As usual, I do truly appreciate any and all responses. BTW, my HT is in my basement. The floor is concrete with carpet on top, and the ceiling is drywall.
 

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Thanks for the responses.

Bryan, I am a little confused about how to carry out what you said. "Stretch a string from each seat to center of each speaker. Go 1/2 down the string and then straight up." I have one row with 4 seats, and I have 4 242s. So, do I stretch a string from each seat to the center of the LF, for example, then go half way the string and straight up? Next, do I go to my next seat and stretch a string from that seat to the center of the LF and then straight up again? I'm a little confused how that will work. Could you please explain in a little more detials.
 
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