I recently moved and am trying to set up a new listening room. I have a pair of Magnepan 3.6 speakers. Because of the way the room is laid out, I have to position the speakers along the long wall of the room. The right speaker is almost 8’ from the right side wall and the left speaker is about 15’ from the left side wall. Both speakers are 4’ from the back wall. The speakers are 9’ apart and the listening position is about 12’ away. I can’t seem to get the stereo image to lock in the middle of the speakers. Everything is pulling to the right. I’ve tried toeing in the speakers and moving them closer/farther apart with minimal results. Magnepan recommends setting the speakers up so that the listening position and the speakers form an equilateral triangle so I have also moved the listening position closer to the speakers but this doesn’t seem to work either. This wasn’t an issue in my last listening room so I don’t think this is an equipment issue. Any suggestions on how to get a better stereo image with the center image in between the speakers where it should be? Or is there some set up tips that I’m not using?