PLEASE do not scream...
OK, I'll just chide you a little then.
We tried adjusting the Phase but WOW did things get worse so the best setting was both phase controls set at zero.
Still good that you tried it, now you know.
We did not measure with any of the other speakers on
You plan on listening to just your subs??
I tried adjusting the subwoofer distance some, if I make the distance shorter the graph got worse and when I adjusted the distance 3 feet further there was not any change.
To do the sub distance tweak
, you have to have the subs+CC (or FL or FR) on. Read the guide in the link.
If you look at the graphs when we just had the left sub on the 80hz dip was gone and when we measure just the right sub by itself the 80hz dip is present so the right sub is the problem.
I was really thinking of moving the right sub and stacking it side by side with the left sub ( more output ) since the left sub graphed so nicely.
Definitely worth a try. You will probably have higher seat-to-seat variance but it the benefits may outweigh the drawbacks.
I wonder if I move the equipment to the crawl space and completely seal that right corner if it it would help?
I never did the sub crawl
I'm stuck with the subs in the front of the room as I did not run any electrical outlets on the sides or rear of the room. I can break into the drywall and run some electrical if needed.
Ummm...extension cords, dude. At least for testing purposes.
I plan on moving the subs so that the drivers are facing sideways instead of front and back to see how they graph along with moving the subs backwards and side to side and graph.
Just rotating them will probably make little to no difference. Moving them along the wall is a better plan.