I already read the recommendation of the handbook about the proper toe in of the speakers, but I still have some questions regarding that.
My stereo 1723 arendal towers are placed in a way that currently the L and R when pointing straight to the listening positions points like 60cm further apart from the side of the sofa.
I basically am doing now like a 50/50 between listening music and watching movies and TV shows, at the moment I am pointing my speakers to where the MLP would be, which in my case with the distance we are seated away from the speakers would be like 35ish degrees?
I know that your advise to get the best results would basically be… experiment with the toe in until you’re satisfied but before starting moving 50kilos around I would like to know what would be the result of keep angled them in? I would reduce the soundstage but improve the sweet spot and imaging? Or because the reflections I would achieve an increase of the soundstage at the same time that I increase the imaging as if I’m not misunderstanding this article it’s what probably would happen with the waveguided design of the Arendal’s (see attached file)