I previously read the review Robert Harley wrote on the Sunfire CRM-2 Cinema Ribbon speakers and it piqued my interest. In particular, I noted his statement to the effect that a rigorous and detailed setup regimen must be carried out for these speakers to achieve their ultimate glory. In one case, RH makes the statement, "You must start with the CRMs at the right listening height (ears centered on the ribbon) and with exactly the right degree of toe-in." This happens to run contrary to the manual that states, "... keep them at least one or two feet above ear level (with you sitting down)."
I have recently purchased a pair (for stereo music listening) and would like to shortcut as much experimentation as possible towards getting them set up for sonic nirvana. Beyond what is already stated in the magazine review, is it possible to get some further details on what steps were found necessary to accomplish when setting these speakers up correctly for the best sound? I realize a certain amount of fiddling is required, but if some basic pointers could be addressed (did you REALLY MEAN ear height?) it would be helpful to me, and I believe, many others.