? I thought we were talking about speaker position and room acoustics (and the potential of a bedroom mix station).
All I'm saying is I've seen folks put down an equilateral triangle position, and then angle the speakers toward their ears. But as soon as you angle the speakers, the equilateral triangle no longer works. SawCeeJack hit the nail on the head. You need them straight ahead and the phantom center should feel like it's coming out of the wall (assuming you're up against a wall).
Really? that's news to me. According to some blind scientific tests the best angle is 72 degrees... Different things can work differently I guess though.