SPEAKER PLACEMENT, CAN i CORRECT IT?

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  1. Geno

    Geno Supporting Actor

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    ON THE LEFT SIDE OF MY SCREEN IS A WALL, ON THE OTHER SIDE IS OPEN. HOW DOES THIS AFFECT THE SOUND COMING FROM THE LEFT SPEAKERS? AM i NOT GETTING A "SWEET SPOT"? IS THERE A WAY TO CORRECT IT?
    i HAVE "TOED" IN MY SPEAKERS ABOUT 10* BUT DONT KNOW WHAT ELSE TO DO

    PLEASE ADVISE
     
  2. John Royster

    John Royster Screenwriter

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    Geno,

    Try to keep that left speaker far away from the wall (3-5 feet) and you should be just fine. If not put some treatments on the left wall.

    Toe-in will change your soundstage from precise center to "way too wide and fuzzy"

    Take some of your favorite songs and listen, than play around a little bit!
     
  3. Geno

    Geno Supporting Actor

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    well, I cant move the speaker around, the projector's image leaves one foot between the wall on the left side for the speaker.
    well its not bad now, but i have no way to reference the soundstage without that wall there[​IMG]
     

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