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the only cost is time (and I have lots of that (I hope ;-))

I have a notebook in which I have a range of setups that I've tried. Putting things back where they were isn't a problem, so why not experiment? Having tried the sideways (of which, I guess, I considered the Rooze a variation), I knew better than to doubt this. My only doubts were about my room configuration, but it doesn't seem to be a problem.

As I mentioned, when I get this 'nailed down', I want to put the 3.7s back where they were for a comparative listen. There's something more 'relaxed' about the sound of this arrangement. I rather like it, but then I also liked the sound of my MMGs turned sideways - that was just impractical for the living room. This is workable - actually seems less crowded too.

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