Issue â€“ My wife insisted on 4 chairs in the theater room. As a consequence, there is no center seating position for 2 channel music listening. I canâ€™t get rock solid imaging from preferred sitting position. Vocals never sound centered. No blending or cohesiveness to music. I can definitely hear which sounds are coming from which speaker. The positive of the speakers current position is minimal added low frequency resonance and they sound great other than the imaging. My speakers are towed in (although I donâ€™t know the exact angle). How do I and get a more solid get a more solid soundstage? Will toeing in more/less help with the problem?
Note: There is no way to move seating due to cabinets in back of room. The speakers are what can move. One suggestion I already recieved was to raise speakers so midrange is at ear level (currently the tweeter is at ear level)
Equipment is Sunfire V Controller & 5 channel amp, Esoteric UX3 SE universal player, Tyler acoustics Linbrook Signature System (full Range) speakers. I also have some real traps in room.
Note: Front of speakers are 34.25" from side wall & 46.5" from front wall. Left speaker front is 84" and right speaker approximately 93" from preferred seat position. Room width is 152"
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