In owner's manuals, they tell you that you when you place the monitors in corners or close to/flush into a wall or on a meter bridge, you must make adjustments to the EQ settings at the back of the monitor to compensate for it. But what these manuals don't define is HOW close you must get to a corner or a wall to be considered close. 3 feet? 10 inches? How do we know when we have nudged a monitor into a corner or too close to a wall? Then there's the whole thing about placing them on meter bridges. They say that because the surface of the console is reflective, so it's better to place monitors on stands. But how does placing them on stands change anything? If you are sitting down working on the music, there must be some piece of equipment you're working with, and it's most likely placed on some kind of a table. So, even with the monitors on stands, you'd still have a "reflective" table/equipment in front of you, right? Or maybe the idea is that when you use stands, you're supposed to move the monitors back far enough so the first point of reflection won't even hit the reflective surface at all? And one last thing. Let's say you are forced to temporarily place your monitors so that one is considered in the corner, while the other is merely close to a wall. I would assume you'd need to set EQ of the monitors individually instead of trying to match them?