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I have a 12' x 24' home theater room that is enclosed (with the exception of a 3' wide entry door about 1/3 of the way from the front on a side wall with a curtain in front of it. I also have a vaulted ceiling from front to back that is 8 feet high at both ends and 10.5 feet high at the halfway point of the 24' length of the . The seating in the room is at about 16 feet from the front of the room and 9 feet from the back. I have a csw-10 (infinity) that is placed in the front of the room about 16" from the side wall and 8" from the front wall. between the sub and SIDE wall is an alpha 50 tower speaker and a matching alpha 50 matching at the opposite side of the width of the room. At the main seating position the bass seems, for lack of a better word, flat. There doesn't seem to be a lot of punch and in explosions, etc. there is a lack of "rumble". However, in the back of the room behind my main seating position the bass is very powerful. It is almost as if the bass is rolling over the top of the main seating and settling in the back of the room. I have seating behind the main seating and the bass almost overpowers to get it to sound adequate at the main seating. I have a denon 3808 using audyssey for calibration. Here are my questions: 1) is it possible for bass to roll over the top like I have suggested? 2) would using the rabos feature on the sub possibly alleviate the problem I am describing? 3) are there some better placement areas for the sub that might correct my problem?

Any advice is much appreciated,

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