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    Positioning my Tower speakers (help)

    I bought a pair of Athena WS-100's not to long ago. I love them, they sound great but I can't get the soundstage right. Here is basically the problem. They are seperated by a long stand, my chair that I sit in is in a corner. There is no way to evenly space the speakers from the chair. Are there any tricks to getting the speakers time aligned (I don't have the option on my pre-amp) or any other tricks that I can use? I can get a picture of the setup if needed with the room.

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    Sony PS1 for the cd player>Harmon-kardon pre-amp>Integra amplifier to the speakers and a sub.

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    Re: Positioning my Tower speakers (help)

    without T/A i don't see any other way, other than repositioning the speakers or your seating in a better way.



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    Re: Positioning my Tower speakers (help)

    Seating can be moved




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    Re: Positioning my Tower speakers (help)

    I thought about moving the chairs around,but it will really kill my wives layout of the room.

    I'll have to look for time alignment in a pre-amp I suppose.



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