Dual Sub Issue
So, I just moved to a new home. This is a home that is being paid for by my company so I didn't really get any say in the matter and have to work with what I got. The room size is quite nice but having a whole wall of windows does suck. I'm installing sound curtains on them. But anyway, my dual subs are not sounding great in this environment and so I'm hoping to get a little help.
I understand doing a sub crawl is important but when one sub, the SVS PB16Ultra weighs nearly 200 pounds and doesn't roll at all, doing a crawl is problematic. Plus, I only have but so much space to put these subs. I have attached a blueprint layout that approximates my room. Don't pay any attention to the size measurements, I am not sure how exact that is but it gives you all an idea.
My main issue is bass waves getting stuck in the upper right hand corner, as marked on the layout. It sounds, what I would say, the way I want it to sound in my MLP. But when I move to my MLP, I can barely hear some of the bass frequencies. It's not like I can't hear anything but it is really lacking in punch. I guess some frequencies are getting canceled out. What's more, when I turn the AVR to just play one sub, the frequencies get louder, when I switch back to both subs, it gets quieter. So, I am guessing that they are canceling each other out. I have messed around with the phase on the PB16Ultra and that helps some. I did run the auto EQ mic, (I have the Yamaha a3050) and it set my subs much louder than it did at my previous home. So I am guessing that there is something funky going on with my MLP. Seems more bass is going to the rest of the home than in my living room.
One question I have is, I have room behind my couch on the left hand side. Is it wrong to have two subs on the same side of the room? Also, you'll notice where my main speakers are. I could move a sub to the right hand side of the TV but that would mean the speakers would protrude out pretty far into the room, so that is not ideal.
Anyway, I am just wondering what I should do. If there is anything with the auto EQ I could do better. If moving the PC13Ultra to the left side behind couch would be okay. Thanks for any help.
7.2.4 Atmos Setup via a Yamaha a3050 receiver and two external amps: Emotiva 2 channel amp and a Parasound amp. Sony 940e for my TV. SVS Ultra 16 and SVS 13.5 for my subs. Klipsch for my LCR. JBL and Panasonic for my Surrounds. Focal for my on ceiling Atmos speakers. PS4 and Xbox One S for my consoles. Oppo 203 for my Blu Ray/UHD player.