Did you move the ribbons to the inside or outside too? Also, any chance its in the recording?
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To me it sounds like a room issue, with different room response at different frequencies. Maybe you could try using a frequency generator (can be generated off a computer) and vary the frequency and see if it has an effect on the image.
Also, try switching the speakers and seeing if it follows the switch.
tomorrow is another troubleshooting day.
I'm going to switch the speakers side to side, maintaining relative tweeter to tweeter distance...and try to determine once and for all if it's a room or speaker issue.
I keep thinking, that even with a poor recording, if I'm listening to either left or right channel mono mixed with Y cable into power amp, that I should always have a center mono image...but at this point I'm not 100% sure of anything!
Issue is most pronounced with tweeters on outside edge..(of course as one might guess, this is the configuration I like best) with tweeters closer together it's less pronounced.
thanks Fin1bxn and Peter_s !!