MNSki Posted May 17, 2021 Share Posted May 17, 2021 I have been fine-tuning my Quatro Wood setup, and have been trying to get a well placed central image. When I set the speakers equal distance from the back wall and centered from the side walls (measured from where the wall would be on the left side), the center image is about 1/2 foot left of center between the speakers. As can be seen in the pictures, there is a small room opening left of the speakers where the audio rack is located, and the room opens up on the left side near the seating position. For those of you who have encountered an off-center middle image, what is the best way to address this? So far, I have played with toe-in which helps somewhat. I've also played with moving the speakers closer together. I've verified that the 1st reflection points are on the walls (not the window on the right, or the room opening on the left). Shifting the speakers both to the left by about an inch or so pretty much gets a correctly placed central image (and I'm still sitting equal distance from each speaker). Is shifting them this way the best method, or is there a different preferred methodI? Thanks for any ideas! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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