A position change and a little preview into the SB1 review

As you can see, a few changes have been made to my whole desk set-up. Do forgive me for the messy bookshelf on the side. So, to elaborate, I happened to have gotten speakers stands weeks ago because I wanted to use my Sony SS-K10ED bookshelf speakers in the gaming room downstairs where I have a system as well. The speakers used there ended up being something else, but that means that I had a set of unused speakers stands. Well, I used it once for an experiment, and during that experiment I realized I can just put them in my room instead, and I can benefit from the space freed up on my desk to do my work more comfortably and better speaker placements. They are now at the more ideal positions of placing the speakers in a more 2 and 10 o’clock position, versus the previous set-up, where they were on my desk, which actually limited my space a little because of my extra long mousepad that I use as like a laptop cushion and hand cushion. It was also at a more 1 and 11 o’clock position. Meanwhile, I’m taking longer than usual to write my current project, a review into the NHT SB1 that I got, and it’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything on my blog, so I figured I’d give maybe a sneak peak into that review by releasing this picture of the new set-up in action as well. I had to use my every ounce of strength to move that bookshelf to the side as well, since it was in the way of stands. You might notice from the previous set-up which I picture below, that the bookshelf was in a different position than in the picture above. The improvement in the experience I’m getting from my speakers being more spread out is actually quite vast. I might get into more detail about it, but for now, I’m going to enjoy the improvements. Hope you guys like how much cleaner it looks now as well! Until the next post, wish me academic success!

The previous set-up

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