Today I have completed my 8 points calibration, using Audyssey XT32.
Then use "Olympus has fallen" to try out how the bass sound, with one sub in a new location.
Since I do remember this movie having lots of deep and mid bass.
Listen from the beginning where the jets are shut down, to when the monolith fall down.
My first run was DEQ off, subs crossover disable and the LFE set at 120Hz.
While I did like how it sounded
And decided to try Cascading the Crossover for my second run.
Set the LFE at 80Hz, able the crossover on the sub and set the crossover a 80Hz and kept the DEQ off.
And gave a second spin, of the same chapter of the movie.
While both sounded great, I did prefer Cascading the Crossover.
The bass came clean, without any signs of been bloated for lack of a better term
The only downfall is the Audyssey set both subs at +1dB, compare to my previous one of -5dB.
At my previous locations, since the two subs were closer to each other.
And should mention, I did increase my subs output by +2dB. Going from +1 to +3dB on each subs
While I am done for now, I will increase the gain and match the level output on both subs.
Then redo a calibration, but that's for another time. Since right now, I am very please with the results.
I would like to once again say a Big Thank You, to Mike @mthomas47
and Alan @Alan P
for the help they have provided me
P.S. Due to my OCD, I got myself a real 20 Amp extension. And feel better that both subs stay on my dictated 20 Amp circuit for both subs, even if was not needed