Originally Posted by Sound Master BIC
I think he means a spot where the lower freq. are not as vibrant/loud as another spot, higher like while standing would be your 'sweet spot' or at least sweeter than sitting. Looks like a fairly small room for 2 of these, carefull you dont harm your ears. I would try moving them further to the corners, not right to the corners and not against the wall but further from your mains. Looks like you could go left a foot or so but can't tell about right from this shot. How long is the room? Maybe place them in the rear of the room and hit the 180 on the phase switch. ps, looks like you have the right one plugged in the wall socket, you may want to consider a seperate power bar for the 2 subs.
The room is twice as long as it is deep. So, I can move the left sub towards the corner but moving to right sub to the corner would be way too far. Not sure what to do about that.
I can move them farther away from the towers. I'll try playing with them up front, I really didn't want to move them behind the couch.
Correct, the right one is plugged into the wall socket, the left one is also plugged into a dedicated wall socket. Would it be best to have these on a power strip coming off the same socket?
You're right, these are loud. I don't see how alot of guys on here have 6-8 subwoofers. I can't imagine anything being louder.
Just a FYI, the floor is concrete with padding and carpet on top. All walls except the rear wall is concrete with drywall.