ok guys, i'm in possession of some studio grade speakers and 2 stereoamps.
I have my speakers bi amped with 4 x 200w @ 8 ohm where 2 channels each drive 2 8 inch woofers and the other two channels each drive 2 5 inch midband and a tweeter. It's a sealed woofer design.
i have my speakers placed along the long wall in a room of 3*5 meters, so they are place in a lesser ideal manner.
when i place my speakers well into the room and listnen in nearfield everything just fine, but i'm not very happy with bass performance.
when i place my speakers closer to the corners of the room (following cardas triangle of 1 of the backwall, 1,618 of the sidewall) i get great bass performance but the soundstage dissipates Now a buddy of mine recommended me wiring the mids and tweeter out of phase, and sure enough, i got perfect imaging and great bass now.
Has anyone ever heard of these techniques ? am i supposed to hear some other things in the sound now that maybe are not right due to the out of phase wiring ?
to be clear, the bass sections are still wired in phase, the mids and higs are now outta phase...
any thoughts ?