Originally Posted by brian6751
Yes by distance I mean in the at not physical distance. Sorry.
Have you done sweeps before and after Audyssey?
I've done sweeps after Audyssey but not before actually
... I might try that later today as I was planning on running it again anyways. I was thinking last night that perhaps your initial thought about my initial position and direction of the woofer had an impact on the null My klip was down firing and this is front .... The cylindrical sub would solve that also, as not only would it open up two more potential positions near the corners on the front wall, but it's downward firing as well. Here's where I've got my sub currently:
I've tried switching the position of the sub and the HTPC in the photo to no avail... A little more bass where it is though. I could move the sub to the other side of the front wall here, ( 2/5 position instead of 4/5 ) by swapping my receiver and stand with the sub, however that would require a longer run to my turntable and most likely having to buy a phono amp to facilitate that.
The PB100 won't fit in the corners with it's current dimensions, but if I moved the speakers in I'd be able to. That being said they are at the near equilateral distance from my couch at 60 degrees from the MLP and don't want to screw up my soundstage to do so. This is where the cylindrical sub would come in handy, being able to squeeze behind them in the corners:
I've also tried just in front and to the right of the front right speaker ..
The reason the front wall is important to me is it borders nothing but air - where as the right wall ( just where you see that edge in the wall in the last photo ) is where the shared wall starts, and would prefer not to place the sub up against it. The wall on the left separates my bedroom from the living room, so that's not a problem, however this means that underneath me anywhere along the left wall would place it close to the bedroom underneath me in my APT .. which I'd also like to avoid. So I'm pretty much limited to those 5 spots.