I have a boundary wall and corner about 3 ft to left of my left Triton 3+.
I am getting exceptional instrument separation and very natural vocals with the left Triton pointed to about a foot in front of me while the right (which is open) points directly at my right ear.
I’ve tried every variation of symmetrical toe in and in each case the stage pulls towards the boundary and I can’t get good instrument separation. On tracks where there are 2 guitars or 2 violins, they blend together. Also, it always seemed that the midbass would blend with the vocals and ruin it.
Well I tried extreme toe-in for the boundary speaker and it works wonders. There is a constant interplay however, sometimes when you reduce toe in on one side you have to compensate with the other. Basically I used an acoustic guitar track and kept tweaking till the 2 guitars sounded like they weren’t coming from speakers anymore and separated from each other. On my journey I tried extreme toe-in of the right and it does not work, it collapses the stage.
If anyone wants to try this realize you will likely pass through a toe-in angle that sounds worse first until you hit a spot where it is better and then of course too much it will regress again.
Anyone have similar experiences? I find it extremely useful that I have subs in the towers and can combine differential bass adjustment with the asymmetrical toe -in.