I've been talking on another thread and my new CM5 purchase. That's made me think about placement and as the speakers just have to go less than 0.5m away from the wall and one speaker is relatively close to a sidewall then I'll try using the supplied bungs if bass is too boomy
but this made me think generally about my rear setup. I have my b&w 686 as rears, wall mounted. Not best practice I'm sure but the best I can do in my living room. They're a nightmare to move so I'd rather not but I've just realised I forgot to put in the bungs, they'd probably help as they're rear port and wall mounted. But is it worth the hassle of taking them down? I've got the speakers set up as 'small' with a 80hz crossover, so surely the bass isn't being heavily used anyway on the rears?
is it likely to make a big difference to bung the rear 686's or should I just forget about it?