I've got my SDA-SRS's located in their "final" place; 7 feet apart, 5 inches from the back wall, and the right speaker is 30 inches from the right wall of a 25 ft wide room; I really tried to get them more to the center of the room but was not possible without making other major changes, so they'll stay where they are.
SDA sounds great, and for the most part what should be heard at the center is right on the middle. BUT..I really have the feeling that the left channel sounds just a tad higher than the right channel. Not to the point that anyone else in the house can hear it, but it just doesn't sound right. I need to say that my right hearing is a bit "reduced", but I already know what that makes to the sounds in my brain, and what I was hearing here was definitely not a consequence of that. I turn my back to the speakers as a test and I confirm that the left channel (now to my right) is a tad higher.
I am 100% sure that all connections are ok, but I decided anyway to swap the speaker wires just to see what happened.
Two things called my attention:
1.- The sound "might" have balanced to the right... I say might because I still need to make a before/after test with the same material, but I am 80% sure it did.
2.- SDA still works with the right/left channels swapped; not as wide, but sound still projects to the outside of the speakers; I just mention this because I thought this did not happen.
So...the question is; where in my system could I have this balance weighted to one of the channels? I am thinking the pre or the amp, since I am hearing it with both sources. Any ideas of what to check or what to do?