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Here are some things i'd try to make sure I did:
  1. Keep the drivers vertical
  2. If at all possible, have the tweeter at ear level
  3. Keep the individual drivers as close together as possible
  4. Instead of lining the walls, you can also use something like Acousta-Stuf
  5. The covering for the speaker itself should be as sonically transparent as possible.
  6. Flush mount the drivers to the front baffle
  7. Make sure that the drivers are flush with the front of the credenza -- don't have them inside at all
  8. Depending on the size of the speakers cabinet, you may want to brace the inside.
  9. If your speaker has a BSC built into it, you may want to remove it -- it could mess up the rest of the crossover performance, but it might not.
  10. Make sure the speakers are equidistant from the tv
  11. Spread the speakers as far apart as possible
That's all I can think of off the top of head.
 

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I thought of something different -- maybe use a coaxial speaker. I konw that Seas makes a few that I'd expect to be at least decent. They also provide the crossover details, but it should make it relatively easy and compact to build.

I'd avoid the autosound versions, which is what most coaxial's are designed for.
 
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