CSS AZIMUTH

In an optimal listening environment, the soundstage is considered to be parallel to the floor, with origin point at the listeners head. The ideal listening position is considered to be perfectly facing the main sound reproduction source(s) at an optimal distance. This property describes the radial position (360 degree measure) on this listening plane. An imaginary axis can be drawn straight ahead of the listener with the imaginary line serving as the origin. Rightward angle measures are positive and leftward, negative.

Example
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.someclass { azimuth: 45deg }
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<p style="azimuth: 45deg">This is a test paragraph</p>

Possible Values

inherit: Explicitly sets the value of this property to that of the parent.
left-side: 270 degrees or -90 degrees
far-left: 300 degrees or -60 degrees
left: 320 degrees or -40 degrees
center-left: 340 degrees or -20 degrees
center: 0 degrees
center-right: 20 degrees or -340 degrees
right: 40 degrees or -320 degrees
far-right: 60 degrees or 300 degrees
right-side: 90 degrees or -270 degrees
leftwards: counter-clockwise 20 degrees from an inherited or absolute reference angle.
rightwards: clockwise 20 degrees from an inherited or absolute reference angle.
[angle]: Refers to an angle off of the reference line in the sound stage plane (-360 to 360 degrees.) ’0deg’ is directly ahead of the listener, ’90deg’(-270deg) is to the right, ’180deg’(-180deg) behind, and ’270deg’(-90deg) to the left.