In Reply to: Toe in posted by Distressed on March 29, 1999 at 07:34:14:
"Toe-in" is the angle the speakers are rotated inward toward the listener. If the speakers are facing directly forward, there would be no toe-in (0 degrees) and if they were turned inward to face each other, there would be 90 degrees of toe-in (and a few questions about your motives...(grin). If the listener/speaker relationship is a triangle where the distance between the speakers and the listener is the same, it would take 30 degrees of speaker rotation (or "toe-in") to point the speakers directly at the listener. The same applies to "toe-out" and although I've never heard of anyone using these to describe other positions, I suppose it applies to "toe-down" and "toe-up"...you get idea!
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Topic - Help with my Paradigms - Distressed 20:12:20 03/28/99 (13)
- Re: Help with my Paradigms - Bill_S 10:56:33 03/31/99 (0)
- Could be wires and cables! - Robert P 09:36:42 03/30/99 (0)
- Could Be The Boxes You're Using For Speaker Stands! - John K 16:18:24 03/29/99 (0)
- Re: Help with my Paradigms - Jim Willis 08:38:23 03/29/99 (0)
- Re: Help with my Paradigms - majordomo 06:15:48 03/29/99 (1)
- Subwoofer connection - Distressed 07:59:58 03/29/99 (0)
- Re: Help with my Paradigms - mhayenga 20:25:19 03/28/99 (0)
- Re: Help with my Paradigms - Dave B 20:20:47 03/28/99 (5)Follow Ups
- Re: Toe in - Allan 03:16:40 03/30/99 (1)
- Thanks, Allan - Distressed 08:06:41 03/30/99 (0)
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