Wanted to share some results after performing Sub Distance Tweak provided by Keith.
I performed this tweak yesterday. I already had subs placed in best place possible before so didn't have to move subs. But I moved my center to give me better response. I garra say, my center channel response is as good as it gets when it comes to channel with sub integration
Just the fact that we take separate reading of each channel from sub is a great advice. All along, I have had a dip around 60Hz for Left and Right and I thought I was because of subs. After I took reading of speakers (without sub), it turned out that its my speaker
. Left Has a dip around 60 hz and right around 70Hz. Left is no issue because that dip get overlapped with sub but I couldn't get rid of 70 Hz. After running Audyssey, it was still there but its like only 2Hz wide ( I think barely noticeable).
I also realized that I should have crossed my subs at 60 instead 80. At 80, it was 3 db below actual speaker response.
After final calibration, the system sounds amazing. Bass has never sounded so well. Its like so tied now. Almost no booming. I'd say almost because I only watched one movie for 20 minutes. I don't know what did the trick. May the cross over from 80-60.
But what ever it is, I thank Keith very much for sharing his knowledge with us.