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f you have not tried the WASP method with the DeCapos, please do yourself a favour and try it out. In my room, it has been a revelation.
An AV specialist buddy, who just completed a course on placement, said that one-inch makes a difference! We spend too much time on the wrong things. Thanks for the great idea.
Hi Jonathan,You can find it on the TNT website, at the following link: http://www.tnt-audio.com/casse/waspe.html.Incidentally, it is the Wilson Audio Setup Procedure (WASP).If you do try it, please let us know if it worked for you.Terry
Csero:If one inch in speaker positioning makes a difference then how big difference makes one inch in the head position?I spoke to Paul Barton (PSB) on this issue, and he said that when testing speakers they had to make a dummy head with recessed microphones in the pseudo-ears. He said that speaker position made the greatest blind-test change. Cables and break-in, make such a small difference they could not even be measured.
I have had my DeCapo-i for a little over two years. For most of this period, I have been listening in the near field, with the speakers 7' apart and with my listening chair at the apex of the triangle. This is essentially the Cardas method of speaker placement (the Golden ratio). .....A couple of weeks ago I thought I would try the Wilson Audio Speaker Placement (WASP) method.
Just cuious, but what was the height of your speaker stands when you went through this speaker placement experiment? Thanks.
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