Hi. So I have my monitors with the tweeter pointing parallel to my ears but my woofers are at exactly 38% from the ceiling to the floor. There is a 4.5" difference between the two positions. There's a significant change in timbre when listening to white noise between them. Yet, I have heard it's unwise to place certain monitors in a horizontal fashion. I'm standing for health considerations. There is also the implied question of whether I'm in my right governance to be closer to the ceiling than the floor. I do have a cloud absorber. Is there a remedy for the frequency response discrepancy (besides extra bonus squats to improve my fitness) or is this normal and similar to "walking around and into the other room to check your mixes"? Thanks.
I also don't understand where the 4.5 inch difference is.
Even in a well treated room the sound changes at least a little as you move around.
I remember you saying that 38% front-to-back and 38% floor-to-ceiling is ideal. My woofers are centered 38% ceiling-to-floor with a 4.5" difference between the tweeter and woofer. I was wondering if being ceiling-to-floor matters and whether having my tweeters and woofers slightly off matters. idk