Of late I've been enjoying a small office system comprised of a Marantz 2240 and a pair of AR17's hooked in to Spotify Premium. Pretty good imaging, but I'm mostly digging the nice buttery bass this set up provides along with very very pleasant vocals and super smooth mid range. Here's the thing. The way the room is set up I'm listening from about 14 feet away. This morning I was playing Bowie's "Let's Dance" and went over to the Marantz to get a little more volume. While there I immediately noticed the guitar part (played by Stevie Ray Vaughn by the way) was dancing back and forth from right to left in a sort of call and response style. As I backed up that effect diminished and by the time I got to the chair it was all but gone. So, that near field listening rivaled headphones. I like it. Wish it was there from my chair! I can't move the speakers into the room more nor can I move the listening spot in. Anyone got any tips?