hi all... a sort of 'you can't unhear it once you heard it' story. not long ago I acquired a pair of Triangle Titus Ez speakers, a solid step up from modest Polk T50s I started with. the Tituses are finicky with amplification, but are amazing when set up correctly (my vintage Harman HK 620 was a good match) - they are extremely holographic, create a mad soundstage, I have not experienced anything quite like it before. anyway, it was with Tituses while listening to Kind of Blue by Miles that I noticed that the drums, especially the snares, are shifted square into the right speaker. thing is, the Tituses disappear on a good track, but here the snaring was dead in the right speaker, drawing attention to it, and really annoying... at first I thought that this was a feature of a particular record, but no - I listened to Maiden Voyage, Speak No Evil, Idle moments by Grant Green - the last one I listened to both as digital and from a vinyl (Analogue Productions pressing mind!) this sort of drumming treatment is present in all if them. right now I am listening to Royal Flush by Donald Byrd, and it's same old. I plugged the Polks back in, ans sure enough, it's the same. I guess I did not pay attention before as I did not expect a sort of soundstage the Tituses can pull off. this does seem to be a feature of recordings from that era. modern records, GoGo Penguin or Portico Quartet for example, present an amazing vista of sound layers, masterfully done soundscape. anyone else experienced this?