More newbie questions ....
As an update, I've placed my order for both the X-Voce and X-Statik kits. Yah!
However, I'm still see-sawing on ordering the beautiful CNC kits as well, trying to source them locally or building the cabinets myself
As we seem to be going through a bit of a kitchen renovation boom here in Melbourne, getting anyone interested in making some CNC cut cabinets for me is proving to be 'challenging' ..... and I actually do fancy the idea of having a go at building them myself, although with fingers that are all thumbs, it could be an 'interesting' experience.
With that said, I've always read that the tweeter should ideally be at ear height relative to the listening position, for the best experience. Therefore, as the X-Voce is a centre channel speaker, typically sitting below the TV, is there any benefit to be had from tilting the frame to better 'aim' the tweeter at ear-height? If I'm going to build an X-Voce cabinet, I could cut the end sections and front baffle to build in a slight incline (~10deg).
Any one have any thoughts or direct experience? Maybe the vertical axis response is so good, that this is unnecessary over-kill, but I figured I would ask.
Also, from a woofer wiring point of view, is there any benefit to be had from placing the XO behind the middle open baffle area of the X-Voce, as all the wiring runs would then be of equal length (I've assumed they are wired in parallel)?