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Subject: Re: Why not Marantz? Date: 10/10/2012 8:38 PM
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Technically we could move the TV and the cabinet holding the equipment onto that bottom wall, it would definitely obscure the window. But it leaves the problem of where to put the matching cabinet that has the stereo/hifi equipment. Obviously, it couldn't stay where it is if that became a walkway behind the chairs. So for now I think we're stuck with the current configuration.

However, I did move the chairs and their end table forward about 2 feet. I also switched my chair with Hal's since mine is narrower and allows more room between it and the corner of the sofa end table. So now our eyes are about 14.5 feet away instead of 16.5. (It's a 42" TV).

I don't know how Hal will like it but so far I like it. Into that weird little space I put the giant dog bed that was laying in front of the TV behind my chair and a small table behind Hal's which now holds the printer that was on the floor behind us.

If flipping was possible it would be nice in that we'd be able to see the fireplace again which is on that back window wall.

RM

PS Hal is home, "seems fine".
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