Is it OK to put a TV on top of the home theater system? Or the receiver? I first had the receiver sitting on top of the bass, and that was alright, but I just figured out why the sound sometimes goes out through the center speaker, and it's because it was sitting on top of the bass, so as it rumbled, it jiggled the back cords out a little. I was just watching The Dark Knight and I reached in the back to wiggle the cords a little and that was surely it, so now I just put it under my TV, which I'm just worried isn't a good idea, but is it OK to do so, or will it mess either the TV or receiver up for some reason, like... magnetism?
I don't know, I'm just worried and haven't tested it yet. Please help me if you can, thank you :). I've read about over-heating receivers and vents, but mine doesn't have a vent on top, it's flat solid, and whenever I feel my receiver even over long periods of play, it's never too hot. I don't know how else to set it up with the way my stuff is set up, so this is the best way I can have it. I should mention also that my TV is a 19" and isn't heavy. Ughhh, I'm so worried about this. I want my sound system to work properly, but I just don't know if this is a good idea.