I've been reading Stereophile for some time, and get the impression that JA is a man of fewer superlatives than average, which I admire. I might be wrong, but could sense in his review of the KEF 207/2, that he was ready to gush, but managed to hold back. The 207/2s are truely wonderful speakers, the second greatest KEF has ever built - and I'm not talking about the Muons.
Perhaps someone can answer a question that has been puzzling me, which is this. It is common practice to toe-in speakers. How does this not affect the imaging? If soundwaves are projected straight from the drivers, and both speakers are positioned drivers facing forward equilaterally from the listening position (this designed to form a solid stereo image with performers accurately positioned across the soundstage, then how is it that toeing-in the speakers does not implode or distort the image to a certain degree?