#1
I play a bugera 6262 through a Framus 212.

When I seat on one side of the room it sounds great, but I sit on the other side ( the right side ) of the room, and it sounds a little fizzier and less bass.

Any reasons why? Could O have a slightly faulty speaker? Or does it need to be playe a little more?
#2
It's just physics. The frequencies you hear vary depending on your relative position to the speakers.

I heard it's best to sit at least 6 feet away from your amp. Not sure.
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#3
Your amp will sound different depending on where it is in the room, which direction is facing, where you are in relation to the amp, etc.
#4
It's normal. Sound is gonna sound different depending on where you are in relation to the speaker. It depends a lot on your room too.
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