Thanks for tuning in guys.
I'm only about 7 feet away from my speakers as is and I need the space I have in the room for my son, so moving the speakers forward isn't really an option.
The L couch used to "L" the opposite direction so the couch ran along the right speaker and behind and on the left was the fully exposed window. The TV and component stand were also about 2 feet to the left before. The turntable used to be centered over the stand.
The speakers were slide to the right about a foot and a half, and forward a bit (by necessity based on amp placement) and I've been playing with toe.
Going from memory, the speakers are about 3 feet off the wall, my listening position is about 7 feet away and the speakers drivers are about 6 feet apart. From what I've read the speaker distance from the wall isn't really crucial.
I'm trying to get a screen shot of my condo layout w/ dimensions now.
I hadn't seen that base before. Can one literally plop the speakers right on top or do you put footers on it or something first? Carpet spikes or floor studs? Would toppling over on a small child be a concern?