Looks like my Lovan center stand won't be shipped until 5/25 at the earliest
I might as well stop procrastinating and do my own OmniMic sweep before then, with my powered center stuck in the cabinet and its bass somewhat neutered.
I'll have to rerun the Pro calibration if/when the stand gets here, but at least I can work on the distance and/or sub phase adjustment beforehand with my own setup, with that drop in bass response I have from about 50 to 100 Hz that Audyssey mostly corrected (albeit at a lower db than I'd like). I'd rather have Audyssey and OmniMic tune it than just raise the db level for the subs, and it would be good to get rid of that trough/dip in the subs' bass. I don't think it's quite as deep as Keith's was, but trying his approach should be worthwhile, since I'm not likely to do any sub placement re-adjustment in our room. Besides I don't feel right just 'enjoying' the system while I'm waiting to do a new cal with the center out of the cabinet prison. I don't have enough OCD yet
Meanwhile, since I can't do wides in our room, I'm thinking of picking up a couple of Gem or Gem XLs and popping them on 60" Sanus stands above my Mythos ST fronts as FH for movies. Keith - how is it working out having heights and not sides after the Pro cal? I know it's against the standard Audyssey advice to do heights before wides (which will have to wait for a different listening room), but cie la vie.