I made a TimeBalance plugin. It adjusts four delays using two sliders. You can use it to position the "center" of the sound elsewhere than in the middle of the speakers. For example in a car, the driver is not located in the middle of the vehicle at the same distance from all the speakers. Using this plugin, you can delay the signals going to the four speakers to give the impression to the person sitted in the driver seat that the center of the soundstage is right in front of him rather than to his right behind him. You can also use it for small changes (trimming) to improve spatial imaging. I'm not sure it works 100% so try it out and comment about it. If you are in the middle of the speakers and move the sound to the left, it's normal to have the impression that the sound is moving to the right. Once you move yourself to the left enough, the sound will center itself. The coordinates are centered in the middle of the speakers. The delay of each speaker is displayed as debug text. It was not required to know them to setup the plugin so I did not include them in the interface. If I want to know what is the delay of each speaker, I use DebugView. This version is removed because the new version is better. ================================================== New version below. It is much better than the last one. This new plugin is called TimeBalanceV2. There are two modes. The Basic mode and the Advanced Mode. In Basic mode you enter the distances between the listener and the speakers. In advanced mode, you enter the coordinates of the speakers and of the listener. The avanced mode has the advantage that you can move the listener without having to readjust all the other sliders. Advanced Mode :Around the sliders of the listener, there are five distances displayed in blue. These are the distance between the listener and the five speakers. Between the sliders of the speakers, the are six distances displayed in yellow. These are the distanced between the speakers. All these distances are displayed to help adjusting the sliders. How to use the plugin is simple. You connect the inputs and the outputs to the plugin. You adjust all the sliders by using measurements taken in your listening environnement. I added a save button on the upper-left corner. That creates a new plugin called "TimeBalanceV2 Light" that uses the settings that were used when the button was clicked. It uses less ressources because it uses only what is necessary for the settings selected. Example :You adjust the plugin to your liking, press the save button, press ok, unload "TimeBalanceV2" and replace it "TimeBalanceV2 light". That way you leave more iTram free for other plugins. There are three files in the zip file. Simply uncompress the three files in the same folder and register the kxl file. The two kxs files are the two skins of the plugin. You only have to place them in the same folder as the klx file for them to work. Note : I have removed the download links for this plugin since it is now installed by the kX drivers install package. I made an example of what I use with a picture (from an old version of the plugin, the interface has changed a lot since then) : http://pages.globetrotter.net/samaust/Files/TimeBalanceTril.png Warning : Do not execute the .kxs files. If you do, the skin from my plugin will be used on all kx plugins thus creating problems. If you do it by mistake, execute the file kxskin.kxs and the situation will return to normal. This file is situated in the system32 folder of the computer (C:\WINDOWS\system32\kxskin.kxs in Windows XP).