Originally Posted by OctaDyn_Dude
Dyn's have a very wide dispersion area in the highs. It's why most prefer them with no toe-in. And I'll say if toed in they have the potential of sounding a bit edgy.
FWIW, I can point my C2s right at me and they don't sound bright or edgy. If I do that with the Focus 160s, they do sound a little bright although I hesitate to say edgy.
All else being equal, I would prefer to toe-in the speakers because it creates a wider sweet spot, but it's more important to get the top end balance right. Also, I've had some speakers in the past (not Dynaudio) that needed to be pointed straight ahead or close to it in order to break the soundstage free of the speakers.
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Stereo: Dynaudio Focus 160, Simaudio W-5 LE or Luxman M-600A, Linn Akurate DSM, 2x Rythmik F12G
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