Try raising the speakers up to about a foot above your seated ear. See if that evens out the sound. the speakers should be slightly behind the seated ear, almost facing each other, pointed towards the center seat. If you are still having issues, try bringing them in closer to the seating, as that will increase the angle of the speaker to the closest listener, thus reducing the apparent output of the closest speaker.
You will need to experiment a little. Let your ears decide what position and orientation sounds best at all your seating positions.
It's a VIRTUAL channel unless stated otherwise.
Last edited by RayGuy; 04-29-2019 at 09:22 PM.