I did get the 1/700 kit from Hobby Boss, and it's actually pretty good!
It does show more space between the front two passive sonar arrays and the middle two. Did they get that wrong?
If you look carefully at this photo at the highest resolution, I think
(even though it is at an angle) it shows the three passive sonar wide aperture arrays (WAA) as being equally spaced along the length of the hull:http://www.navsource.org/archives/08/08002301.jpg
The first one is just under and forward of the American flag, the second one (hardest to see) is just under and forward of the blue banner on the hull, and the aft array is just forward of the scaffolding at the stern. The AN/BSY-2 suite would receive and integrate sonar from these arrays, as well as the bow spherical array and the towed arrays. The idea behind the side arrays is similar to the older 1960's PUFFs arrays; the arrival time of the sound, using the baseline of three spaced arrays along the length of the hull, would yield a bearing and a very rough distance to the source. Depending on the water temperature, the speed of sound in water is 4600-5100 ft/second, much faster than in air. So, there is a lot of signal processing to sort out arrival times as relative bearings to the length of the hull. To simplify the already complicated signal processing, it would make the most sense to have the three WAA equally spaced along the hull.
Also note in the photo the three large freefloods for the middle "Multi Mission Module" near where the gap in the two sets of mobile support cradles is located. The upper vent is located above these near the top of the hull.
Here's another Hi Res view of the vents (and the lower vents) and the spacing of the three side arrays (harder to tell spacing from this angle): http://www.navsource.org/archives/08/08002302.jpg