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Ok so I've read every sub thread on here. I' definitely know how to run Audyssey XT32. I'm still having issues getting my dual subs output reasonably flat. I even have minidsp to tone down the largest peaks pre-Audyssey.

I believe the main problem is my godforsaken L shaped room.

After countless hours of screwing around I've identified the two best placement options. Please help me determine which of these two charts look better.

FIRST GRAPH - Teal line is sub being moved by itself. Green is both.



SECOND GRAPH - Teal line is sub being moved by itself (different location now from above graph). Darker/purplish is both.



Which of those two look best? Or about the same you think? These are just subs and Audyssey off, DynEQ off..
 

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One more thing.. The graph with green line didn't automatically find any 'room modes' (when measuring sub by itself) in my fr analyzer. So should I roll with green line chart placement?
 

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I'd go with the top placement since it seems to reduce/eliminate the 40 Hz'ish null.
Ok I went with better placement.

After a few more hours of tweaking I still have a dip around 80 HZ. ITS DRIVING ME NUTS!

Since room is l shape, would putting a third sub in part of L that HT isn't in, fix the issue? If I try bumping the dip on both subs would minidsp, but that made other ares bad.
 
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