So my sweet spot is one foot in front of my speakers and right between them. What's up with that?
My speakers are in a 10 x 15 room and about 2 ft from the back wall, 2 ft from the side walls, which makes them about 6 ft apart from each other. I usually listen to music in my bed at the other end and it sounds really good. But the other day I sat in a chair right between my speakers and it sounded amazing. 3-d even. It sounded like the voice was right in front of me and there was surround sound. So I have two questions:
Is this what it's supposed to sound like when my speakers are placed correctly and the room is treated correctly?
Can I achieve this type of imaging and immediacy in my usual listening spot?
To put it briefly, when I'm seating in my usual spot it sounds like really good, but coming from my speakers. When I'm between the speakers, it sounds like the sound is floating and surrounding me. Would love to be able to achieve this amazing sound!