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JBL SYNTHESISTHREE
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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right speakers. The horn in the center channel speaker should be no more than two feet higher or lower than the horns in the left and right speakers. This preserves the “localization integrity” of “sound pans”, in which the sound appears to move from left to center to right. Having it also appear to go from high to low to high, or vice versa, can destroy the illusion of such effects and should also be avoided. Use of speaker stands can help achieve this goal. SUBWOOFERS - The location of subwoofers is the most flexible aspect of placement. The convention is to place them on or very near to the floor. The subwoofers can be placed on both sides of the television set or projection screen, with the left and right speakers stacked on top. If this arrangement is not feasible, then they can be placed in the corners of the room. It is recommended that you experiment with the various positions to see which suits you both sonically and aesthetically. SURROUNDS - The ambient surround speakers work optimally if they are placed as far back from the screen as the viewing chairs are. If there are two rows of chairs, these speakers should be placed between them. The ambient surround speakers should not be placed to radiate directly at the listeners. Rather, they should echo off the front and rear walls, or optionally, off the ceiling, to create a sound space that encloses the listener. The listeners should be located in a “null zone” in which no sound is directly radiating at them from the ambient surrounds. Always make sure that the null baffle (the side w/no speakers or speaker terminals) points towards the listening area. The ambient surround speakers should be placed higher than the seating area, at least two feet above seated ear level. The preferred method to mount the ambient surrounds is to put them directly on side walls with brackets, or to stack them atop a column attached to the wall. This lets each speaker radiate to the front and back of the room, and to reflect off the side walls. There are a few instances in which the ambient surrounds would do better if mounted on the ceiling rather than the walls. If one or both of the walls is “acoustically dead”,
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