Originally Posted by Ruairi
All corners on the twotwos are rounded slightly and there are plenty of great sounding speakers out there with hard edges. I'm not sure if it's possible to compensate for cabinet edge diffraction in DSP - I will ask.
As I wrote, there are measurements, which show the different.
The edges on this speakers are not rounded in the view of acoustics -I think. Those are too little.
But a different question is about placing speakers horizontal. Doesn´t this disturb the Stereo-with and Phantom middle? Or is this speaker generally build for horizontal placing?
Vertical build speakers have much better and more natural better stereo-imaging. I think this is physically, does nothing have to do with my personal taste.
So you can move left/right and it is ok, but move up and down isn´t nice and change a lot on the sound (but it´s no problem, I do not move vertical.)
My conclusion is when you mount speakers horizontally you can move up/down and not left/right, which is not very practically.
And I have some professionals heard, which says "Please guys, place your N-10 vertical!"