Kanta 3 positioning

Kanta 3s - Toe in or straight out?  They are along the narrow wall of a narrow and long room.
Would this be an accurate description of the effects of toe-in? From http://www.acousticfrontiers.com/speaker-off-axis-understanding-the-effect-of-speaker-toe-in/


When you toe-in a loudspeaker you are altering:

  • The tonal balance of the direct sound – more toe-in equals more high frequency energy since tweeters becoming directional at higher frequencies.
  • The level of the lateral side wall reflection
  • The relationship between the direct and early reflected sounds. More toe-in minimizes the effect of reflections because the reflections are lower in level. Note the more toe-in the more spectral dissimilarity between the direct and reflected sound.

Answer is easy; try them both ways and see/hear which one sounds better to you...
Contuzzi has some experience with the kanta’s. How do you like the bass in your room? 
@steve59 @contuzziI

Interesting that your posts are the only ones advocating no toe in.
 Bass - tight.

There is one other post besides “ours” that basically says listen to both and see what’s better.

Which also happens to be what you should have done before even making this post.  
I have a pair of Kanta 2s in a similar room; along the shorter wall about three feet out. I prefer them with minimal toe in. It's best to experiment with what sounds good to you :)
Wouldn't it depend on the distance from sidewalls? When I had them home they were 5' off one wall, but only 3' off the other so I toed them in a little to reduce audible reflection. For whatever reason I have the dreaded black hole at my listening chair that I haven't been able to work around with front and or base ported speakers, or the kanta's would have stayed. even the renowned salon 2's couldn't beat my room
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