It may. The horn I built makes my room creak and easily pressurizes it, but it fires in from the left front corner behind the screen. The right seat is the hot seat, the left was a in a null, I had no say in the matter lol. So I know from experience, as well as from reading that one sub can only really be placed for one seat (Thats why im adding 4 12s nearfield). Even room response across all seats is something that is harder to do. If I'm showing off my theater I let my guest sit in the hot seat which puts me in the null. It depends on your goals, but you can't just eq any seat, the room and sub placement dictates a huge percentage.
The only idea I have that may help you is to build something under the screen that bumps out to give you room to put something on the right corner. Maybe a shallow design to save room, but I would keep an open mind to it depending on your goals. 4 vbss along the front wall under the screen may be a great start.
What's your plan for your right main speaker?
- MIRAGE OM-C2 Center, MIRAGE M490 L/R, 4 JBL 8330a surr , 8 x JBL 12" subs w/Inuke 6000. JVC RS420, Denon x4000, Sony x800 -
Classix ii's + building Paul Carmody Sunflower Redux for 2 channel
Last edited by trilkb; 06-19-2018 at 06:07 PM.