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In general, the rule is that the distance from the center of one speaker to the other should be the same as the distance from a speaker to your ears.
I other words, you and the speakers should form an equilateral triangle.
It is also useful to have the midrange driver of the speakers aimed at your ear height, as this will improve the clarity of the sound.
Those may involve adjusting the speaker position or tilting the speakers back somewhat.