Hey there. You had mentioned in another thread, to another user, that if you have the FXI's mounted on the back wall to have the woofer's pointing inward...
It's kind of been in the back of my mind ever since I read it and was just wondering if I could get an explanation of your statement.
I've recently moved my FXI30's to my back wall for experimentation purposes. I'm wondering what advantages having the woofers facing inward would offer.
I currently have them set to the bipole setting, mounted about 2.5' above the head on the back wall, but the woofers are most certainly pointing away. In my mind I thought it was aiding the dispersion, made the sounds seem to come from "outside" the speaker on some scenes.
If I'm correct, when you have them mounted on the sides you want the woofer pointed towards the television, which is, in a sense, away from the viewer.
I'm just looking to educate myself further so I'd appreciate any and all insight. Thanks!