Obviously (or so one would think) it's (XT 32) not puported to be a comprehensive solution to a room completely unconducive to accurate bass reproduction, or, for that matter, any other range of the audible spectrum.
It's positioned as a betterment upon an existing technology, nothing more, nothing less.
Anyone expecting it to re-invent the wheel or substitute sensible speaker placement and/or room treatments is in way over their head from the jump.
That said, it is completely reasonable to assume that it will provide for improved sonics, especially those a bit more down under, and as some have already asserted. And any level of assistance in this regard should be welcomed with open arms, not quasi-chastised for its inability to move mountains (nearly literally in some rooms).
You can count on its level of effectiveness being completely relative to both the user and about a million other factors.
My Parlor and Theatre: "Jimbo's Dugout" : http://www.avsforum.com/forum/15-gen...re-parlor.html
Actual phone call (see pic to left):
Tech (responding to laughter): "I'm sorry sir, did I miss something?"
Me: "Yeah, a case of Diet Mountain Dew walking across my living room."