Question for you guys:
I have 4 subs in my sealed, rectangular room. So far, I have experimented with corner placement and 1/4 3/4 placement on the front and back walls.
I don't have any nulls, and I get good seat to seat consistency. I do have a big 20db peak at 37hz caused by the length of the room, which I am addressing with EQ.
Experimenting with a DBA in REW's simulator, that eliminates the 37hz peak, but everything else stays pretty much the same. Would fixing that be worth sacrificing half of my power for?
If the main listening position is centered (with equal time alignment), perhaps room EQ that addresses impulse response would still be able to cancel out the front-back reflections and remove that energy from the room. I suppose I would lose time alignment with the mains for other seats, though.
Do I have this right?