Hey everyone, my first post.
I have an annoying problem in my little theater setup.
The setup it self consists of three LCR speakers (Jamo d500 THX) in the front, and two surround speakers ( System Audio Saxo 1)
on each side of the listening position. Coupled with a Velodyne spl 800 Ultra subwoofer.
The speakers are driven by a Harman Kardon AVR 355 receiver and a Creek Audio amplifier.
Source for material is a Cambridge Audio Azur 751BD.
Now to the problem, i noticed a couple of days ago that the sound from the center channel seemed to emanate not only from the
center channel but also between the actual center and right channel.
I decided to investigate and therefor turned of all speakers except the center to see if there was an in balance between the speakers
them self's but that was not the case.
Even though all speakers except center channel is turned of the sound seems to come from the right...
How can this be, I have tried everything.
I have added absorbents to the wall, checked early reflection points using a mirror.
The only thing that helped somewhat, solved maybe 75% of the problem was to move the center of axis to the left.
Does any one have any ideas, thoughts on the matter?
My room with furniture, absorbents etc. (rear speakers removed, not to clutter image)