Glad, that 6ohm is OK.. What's interesting is that I re-tested them and got 8-9 on the next-go around.. Then I'd test again and get 6ish.. Very odd, so who knows how accurate this meter is anymore.. It's a Klein MN1000 meter.
This was the resistance difference I was referring to, not the 0.4 ohm difference mentioned in an earlier post.
Regardless, I'm glad you are happier now with the Titans. After all, that is the bottom line.
Yes thats the waveguide, theyve messed with my head a time or two, forget its in stereo mode and I cant tell the center channel is off. That only works in one listening position though lol, fun to mess with though.
Its easier to just flat out accoustic treat with panels, but I dont think that fixes nulls. It may change how sound moves through the room though, and how "harsh" a speaker can sound due to reflections....but ive never heard of it fixing issues with bass.
Ya acoustic panels wont fix nulls. I know from my experience in my space. My room has some nulls in a similar band of frequencies and it took a lot of trial and error with different bass management schemes to get the best results as well as proper toe-in. I tried a few different models of speakers until I learned more and figured out I had nulls in my listening/watching center seat.
So I moved my theater chairs back about 8 inches and it moved them out of the null and made such a huge difference. Just like the dude who was at the THX seminar said; deafening all around the room except roughly the center of the room and thats about where I had my seating; if a bit more towards the back of center a few inches. Im now at a bit behind the 2/3's of the room point.
As has been said small room acoustics are no joke especially with dimensions that are squarish.
Any updates? Something like these will come in handy until youve nailed positioning.