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Toe-in or not?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Barend, May 2, 2004.

  1. Barend

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    I wonder, KEF say put the speakers straight with just a bit toe-in.
    Understood.
    But my KEF Reference have this Supertweeter on top, and that emits low angled sound, suppose that won't reach me then or will it?

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  2. Daneel

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    Try it and see. With my B&Ws a little toe in was needed, too much and the whole sound stage collapsed. With my 926s, I have less again but it still isnt that great, they need a bigger room. :(
     
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    With the Kef ref i've only found toe in useful if the speakers are 3 or more metres apart from each other.
    I guess its down to personal preference. I dont have mine toed in at all.
     
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    Thanks for the answers, but I was wondering what no or little toe in meant for the supertweeter angle...
    Barend
     

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