Due to the configuration of my living room I have to sit much closer to my horns that I normally would, PLUS I'm actually sitting in one of the null points for midbass frequencies it seems.
That gives me a rather meager and midrange/treble prominent balance when the horns are what I call "normally" toed-in (firing just behind shoulders), and a precise but rather cold stereo image.
I used to artificially pad down the relative levels of midrange and tweeters, creating other issues.
So I've decided to stop messing with the levels and try a more radical positioning of the speakers instead: i know have them pushed in the corners, crossing a few feet in front of me. Left speaker fires at the right end of the sofa, and right speaker at the left end of the sofa (it's a pretty long LC3 sofa).
Such placement helps a lot, I feel, when listening to horns in near field and helps boosting ambience and warmth. It's not perfect tho and sometimes creates ping-pong st
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Topic - Agressive toe-in with horns? - KanedaK 09:47:56 05/29/17 (7)
- RE: Agressive toe-in with horns? - vinnie2 04:23:10 05/31/17 (0)
- RE: Agressive toe-in with horns? - Inmate51 10:12:26 05/30/17 (0)
- Yes. - Duke 20:34:57 05/29/17 (0)
- I did that for quite a while with Altec Duplexes - mhardy6647 12:32:51 05/29/17 (0)
- RE: Agressive toe-in with horns? - email@example.com 10:39:10 05/29/17 (2)