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In the Forum: Playback Listening
In the Thread: The “Dead Points of Live Sound”
Post Subject: Re: The horno-live is defiantly is a bitch…Posted by rdrysdale on: 5/15/2005

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Do you think it would be possible to find the proper location by using a smaller pair of speakers, and then substitute in the big horns? At least to get to a close position? Our big horns are rarely moved more than a couple of inches in any direction, but we have had times when the playback is incredible, where an orchestra is laid out in front, fully three dimensional, and very beautiful sounding, but many times we have simple flat imaging with no depth. we are always careful to place the speakers equal distance from the listening position, within about 1/8 inch or less, but I never measure the actual distance of that position,  only that they are equal, and equal distances from the walls.

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