could be a pretty good guess. the ceiling being the more of the two...I do have a very thick shaggy carpet on the floor but it might not fully cover the reflection.
and before everyone starts saying how I need to move it out of the corner yaddy yaddy yada...I am well aware the placement of the entire thing isnt ideal..but its what I have for the next 2 years or so...until we relocate (due to increasing size of family in may ) so I am trying to get the best response out of what I am dealt with ...ya dig?
EDIT: it could be an audyssey problem (mic placement) because before adding the second sub (and thus re reunning audyssey) my response +100hz wasnt as bad...as you can see in this graph
I think I have that exact carpet. Walmart special? By itself, that carpet is useless in the range of frequencies we are concerned with. In my experience, and in my room, I have/had 3-4 carpets of that type on top of each other and it barely deals with 1K sufficiently, much less 100-350hz.
If you cant move out of that left corner, you could put treatment there (4" OC703 or equivalent on that adjacent wall).
If you use sliced ETC's, you can gain insight to the frequency content of a given bounce.
Also keep in mind, especially when considering floor bounce, that blocking or redirecting the bounce is often as effective as trying to absorb it.
edit: at what frequency range are your subs operating? (yes, the before plot does look better).
Edited by jim19611961 - 12/12/13 at 8:46am