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Can I use the center channel for a secluded part of the room?

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Post time 2017-6-28 22:14:00 | Show all posts |Read mode
So I will be setting up my Denon receiver and a variety of speakers in a pretty large "L" shaped room. The top of the L is where the TV is and is essentially the front of the room and the lower right section of the L is somewhat secluded around a bend where a pool table is located. I was wondering if I could put a speaker in the bottom right part of the L connected to the center channel to kind of extend the area in which the front speakers will play (for parties and stuff so the room sounds more full). I guess what im mainly trying to figure out is if the center channel plays similarly to the left/right channels or is it less audible like the reach channels. This will be primarily used for music. Sorry if this is a dumb question, I'm a little new to this and it's my first post in here. TIA
               
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                        Sorry, rear channels* not reach lol.
               
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                        Might help if you draw a diagram, but from your description, No, the center channel won't work like that.
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