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I'm having a problem with vertical bass nodes in my HT room. I finally found a good position for my sub, about 1/3 of the length of the room, a foot out from the wall. There's lots of good bass when standing up, but most of it disappears when I sit down. I have hardwood floors with no carpeting, and not a lot of furniture or stuff on the walls (I just moved out, and HT took precedence over everything else, :) ). I have 8' tall walls (slightly under, actually), and the room is 18'8" x 12'6", with an L-shaped extension for the dining area.


Would raising the sub off the floor increase bass at the listening position, or should I work on eliminating reflections first and foremost?


Any tips, hints or ideas would be appreciated.
 

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Let's see, you moved it down the length of the wall to solve a length mode problem. You moved out from the side wall to solve a width mode problem. Raise it up is one answer.
 
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