Thanks, yeah I figured that was the best way. Additional EQ and amplification are not that bad but unfortunately info seems to be pretty scarce on the topic. I really came up nothing on guidelines for setting up surround arrays......
Delay- Do you time align the array as a unit? Time align individuals to respective rows? Do you adjust the time alignment to "slide" or minimize the comb filtering?
EQ- I don't think that EQ would be much use for the comb filtering unless you notch the speakers in the same array causing the interaction issues and boost the other(s) to get FR close to flat?
Anyone have link(s) to some reading on the subject?