OK, we all know how painful and frustrating setting up a 2ch system can be. I recently started goofing around with all my speakers, trying out different amps with different speakers, etc BUT forgot to mark the spots where the speakers originally go for best sound.
Now the thing I'm talking about is the speaker placement and the effects it has on soundstaging. You know, say the left speaker is off by 1" or toe-in is off by a few degrees on one side and there's an imbalance in your soundstage. Sometimes the vocals or snares might be drifting a little too far to the left or righ, or stronger imaging and/or sound on one side vs the other.
I seriously have a problem listening to my system when it's not "perfectly balanced". So my enjoyment turns to anger and frustration when it doesn't sound 'right'.
After a whole evening and part of this afternoon of playing around with placement, I think I got it again. So I was just wondering what you guys do to get that razor sharp imaging and dead center center image?
I'm thinking about getting a laser pointer to help with toe in. Anybody try this method?