I have a question about speaker placement for my surrounds on my angled walls. My home came w/ a 380 sq. ft. unfinished bonus room so I decided to turn it into a home theater. I just finished putting up the sheetrock, mudding, sanding and all that fun stuff. I pre-wired the room before I put up the sheetrock for 2 side and 2 back surround speakers. My problem is my side walls go up at an angle after about 4 ft. The ceiling is about 8 ft high. I've read that the best place to put side surrounds is a couple of feet above the seating area pointing directly over the seating area. But if I put the speakers higher than 4 ft the angled walls will face the speakers down toward the seeting area. I currently have the side speaker wire coming out of the walls at the top of the flat area which is about 4 ft high. I was wondering if anyone knows what the best setup would be. Leave them at 4ft where the speakers would be level or move them up higher and have the speakers angled down? Since my room was prewired I really can't do much experimentation without tearing up the wall. Thanks for any advice!