Hi Romy Im just trying to imagine that. If you got to keep the vertical offset small, between the ways, this would rip a hole in the middle, wouldnt it ? Also bit surprising as i thought you liked the injector on the ground initially.
I hope I understood correctly from your posts, a horizontal offset is a no go always for all channels? (would be convinient to put the injector on the side)
Also a distance offset (traveling time from channel to ear, or as some may call it time alignment) is not possible? (would be convinient to put the injector behind the tweeters)
Then not much left of options, only on the top, which is too high, in the middle it rips the channels apart.
Last option, ground level, would elevate the fundamental channel to the very top, which is a dramatic loss of 6dB gain not to have the floor as a horn-mirror-boost...Im lost there. cheers,Josh